CINCINNATI (AP) -- Spring-like temperatures didn't last long in Ohio, giving way to another winter storm that dumped as much as 10 inches of snow.
The snow that fell mostly across parts of far southern and southeastern Ohio beginning Sunday night ended by Monday afternoon, but more was expected in some areas Tuesday.
Ohio University in Athens and Shawnee State University in Portsmouth canceled classes Monday, and some government offices closed.
Kim Carver, director of the Scioto County Emergency Management Agency in Portsmouth, said numerous traffic accidents were reported, although none appeared serious.
"It was mostly bent fenders and hurt feelings," said Carver, who estimated the area received about 8 to 10 inches.
The Skyline Family Restaurant at the Greater Portsmouth Regional Airport in Minford closed.
"We didn't want our employees risking their lives," said co-owner Tammy Blackburn. She said she and her husband went in only to accept a delivery.
"We have a four-wheel drive, but the roads were terrible with ice and snow," Blackburn said. "People are ready for this winter to be over. It's been really tough on businesses, and it's cut into employees' hours."
Bill Schneider, from Beaver in nearby Pike County, stopped by the restaurant for coffee after clearing off some neighbors' driveways.
"This was the biggest snow we've had this year," said Schneider, who had about 8 inches at his home. "They are working on the roads, but they're still icy."
An auto parts store employee in Athens said that area received 7 to 10 inches.
"People are getting out and about, but the roads are still covered with snow," Auto Zone employee Jared Hill said.
He said most customers were buying wiper blades.
"It was batteries mostly last week because of the cold," he said, referring to subzero temperatures that hit Ohio the past few weeks.
The snow had ended over the state by early afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington. But Ohio won't get much of a respite, with another storm expected to move in late Tuesday afternoon or evening.
Forecasters expect the heaviest snow probably will be north of Columbus and Dayton, with southern Ohio possibly getting rain or snow mixed with rain or freezing rain.
"Wednesday morning will be dicey for travel in some areas," meteorologist John Franks said.