COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) -- Bitterly cold temperatures have many school districts making the call to cancel classes for Tuesday.
Columbus City Schools called off classes for Tuesday just before 1 p.m. Monday. Several other districts have followed suit.
Some businesses have also begun to tell employees to stay home. Honda of America cancelled "B" and "C" shifts for Monday and "A" shift on Tuesday.
Wind chills are forecast to fall down around -30 to -40 overnight and into the morning, with Tuesday's actual air temperature not expected to climb above zero.
These are some of the coldest temperatures felt in central Ohio in 20 years.
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Columbus says city garbage crews are still picking up trash on schedule Monday and Tuesday.