Frigid air strikes into Higher Cincinnati, does not cease folks from having fun with Sunday

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The cold air is here and it looks like it’s only going to get colder this week. People got together on Sunday when they ran errands and found places to watch the Super Bowl. “It’s cold. No doubt about it. Had to stratify,” It was a puff of cold air in time for work week. “It was a busy morning when I went out this morning but we went out and try to have fun at the Super Bowl,” Alex Trentman said People not only battled “Sunday fears” but also the freezing wind outside as they walked, shopped, and found the right place inside to watch the big game. “You have to find a place to go and meet everyone who can make it safe with COVID and so on,” Adam Dieball said. If you thought 20 degrees was cold, single-digit temperatures are on the way. AAA said now is the time to check your car’s fluids, battery and tires, especially if it was sat outside during the pandemic. Officials said do not let your car warm up unattended d. “There have been a lot of thefts across town recently, with drivers leaving their keys in the car to warm up. They come outside and there’s no car,” said Jenifer Moore, spokeswoman for the AAA The crews will be the ones Watch forecast and patch temperatures throughout the week. Once the mercury drops below 20 degrees, some road treatment materials are no longer as effective. “Keep an eye on the forecast for the next few days, even for the next week. It looks like the forecast we’re seeing requires a few shots of snow,” said Matt Bruning, Ohio Department of Transportation spokesperson. Football fans are optimistic despite the cold and Cincinnati is heating up. “Go Bengals. Excited about Joe Burrow. Hopefully we’ll design this offensive lineman, either from the Northwest or Oregon, and yes, Bengals Super Bowl is coming,” said Dieball. AAA said it was also important to have a winter emergency kit ready in your car in the event of a breakdown. Officials said it should contain blankets, torches and bottled water so you are safe until help can arrive.

The cold air is there and it looks like it’s only going to get colder this week.

People got together on Sunday to run errands and find places to watch the Super Bowl.

“It’s cold. No doubt about it. Had to stratify,” said Brad Miller.

Just in time for the work week, it’s a cold puff of air.

“It was a busy morning when I went out this morning, but we went out and tried to have fun at the Super Bowl,” said Alex Trentman.

Not only have people battled “Sunday fears” but the freezing wind outside as they walked, shopped, and found the right place inside to watch the big game.

“You need to find a place where you can all meet so you can make it safely with COVID and so on,” Adam Dieball said.

If you thought 20 degrees was cold, single-digit temperatures are on the way.

According to the AAA, now is the time to check your car’s fluids, batteries and tires, especially if it has been sitting outside during the pandemic.

Officials said do not allow your car to warm up unattended.

“Lately there have been a lot of thefts across town where drivers leave their keys in the car to warm up. They come outside and there is no car,” said Jenifer Moore, spokeswoman for the AAA.

The Ohio Department of Transportation said crews would be watching the forecast and pavement temperatures during the week.

Once the mercury drops below 20 degrees, some road treatment materials are no longer as effective.

“If we just keep an eye on the forecast for the next few days, it looks like the forecast we’re seeing calls for a few snow shots,” said Matt Bruning, Ohio Department of Transportation spokesman, Matt Bruning.

Football fans are optimistic despite the cold and Cincinnati is heating up.

“Go Bengals. Excited about Joe Burrow. Hopefully we’ll draw this offensive lineman, either from the Northwest or Oregon, and yes, Bengals Super Bowl is coming,” Dieball said.

AAA said it was also important to have winter emergency equipment ready in your car in the event of an emergency.

Officials said it should contain blankets, torches and bottled water to keep you safe until help can arrive.