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March 17, 2014

Schools closed after snowy storm

ASHLAND — A winter snow storm that swept through the area Sunday and overnight closed school districts one more time on Monday.

However, the forecast for the rest of the week looks promising.

Today’s high is supposed to be in the mid-40s with a low of 25 to 30 tonight.

Temperatures are expected to be around 60 for much of the week with a high of 69 on Friday afternoon.

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