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Models still arent agreeing on how much ice will setup with this winter storm, however, heres one possible scenario the American model is suggesting.

Winter storm alerts in place as millions brace for more rain, snow and ice

Jennifer Gray , CNN meteorologist February 1, 2022

(CNN) -- As the second winter storm in less than a week sets up across the country, 21 states are gearing up for a blast of winter precipitation and dangerously cold temperatures. More than 85 million...

Models still arent agreeing on how much ice will setup with this winter storm, however, heres one possible scenario the American model is suggesting.

Winter storm alerts in place as millions brace for more rain, snow, and ice

Jennifer Gray CNN meteorologist February 1, 2022

(CNN) -- As the second winter storm in less than a week sets up across the country, 21 states are gearing up for a blast of winter precipitation and dangerously cold temperatures.More than 85 million people...

Kent State students make the trek down snow-slick sidewalks near Williams Hall on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022

Kent State University digs out from two weeks of brutal winter weather

Jimmy Oswald Sports Editor January 27, 2022

Kent State University students returning to campus for the spring semester were greeted with over 13 inches of snow, icy sidewalks and inaccessible parking lots. Over the course of the next week the tough...

How to keep your car in check during winter months

Jenna Borthwick, TV2 Reporter February 18, 2021

It’s the time of the year where taking care of your car should be a priority, but it’s something we often forget. But forgetting can lead to costly repairs and a trip to the maintenance shop. (Who...

The Kent State Hotel and Conference Center decorated for Main Street Kent’s Chocolate Walk. 

Main Street Kent’s Chocolate Walk brings the community to Downtown Kent

Chloe Zofchak Reporter February 13, 2021

Despite the cold temperatures, people found their way to Downtown Kent in search of shopping, food and most importantly chocolate. Main Street Kent’s Chocolate Walk, sponsored by Squirrel City Jewelers,...

Kayla Polansky, a sophomore public relations major and fashion media minor at Kent State. Courtesy of Kayla Polansky.

Winter trends: Staying warm and stylish this season

Zach Zdanowicz Reporter December 10, 2020

Ohioans are no strangers to the seasons feeling like they change every other day. Now, as we head toward the end of December, closets will change from light flannels and denim shorts to cardigans and snow-proof...

Winter warm up station provides warmth during cold seasons

Becca Sagaris Health reporter October 27, 2019

Frostbite and hypothermia are two of the most common injuries people suffer from not properly protecting themselves during cold seasons and conditions.Cold conditions include anything that is going to...

REFLECTION: A snowy realization

Laina Yost January 21, 2019

As I dug my car out of a snow-ridden parking lot at 7 a.m. on Saturday, I was cursing Winter Storm Harper pretty hard.I hate winter. I make that pretty clear to just about everyone. And as I drove back...

Andrew Britton, a groundskeeper, sprinkles salt on a staircase outside McGilvrey Hall Wednesday afternoon. 

University uses 1,200 to 1,500 tons of rock salt each winter

Madison MacArthur January 16, 2019

Each winter, Kent State groundskeepers use between 1,200 to 1,500 tons of rock salt to combat snow and ice.Heather White, the manager of University Facilities Management, said each building on campus has...

Winter Weather

Surviving the sub-zero: Tips for winter on campus

Chloe Forbes January 23, 2018

Fighting against wicked winds and bitter cold temperatures can be a challenge, but the Kent State campus is no stranger to bitter winters.It is important to be prepared when a winter storm is on the horizon,...

Campus recognizes unusually warm winter

Ariel Reid February 9, 2016

Due to many shifting aspects of the climate, Ohio has experienced a winter that is mild in temperature and dry, quite unlike those of the past two years.Thomas Schmidlin is a meteorologist and professor...

Lydia Polk, a sophomore Visual Communications Major heads to class on January 13, 2015.

What you need to know to survive winter in Kent

Dana Miller, Shane Beneke December 8, 2015

As the semester draws to a close, the harsh Northeastern Ohio winters become more of a reality for students at Kent State. Low wind chills, heavy snow and ice covering sidewalks and the Esplanade commonly...

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