Doctors say the coldest air Northeast Ohio has seen this season can be dangerous if you’re not careful.
As temperatures dip to near Zero on last Saturday night, they’re reminding people to bundle up, refrain from strenuous activities and limit time outside.
Signs of frostbite include a pins and needles feeling or a stinging sensation. More severe signs include blisters and numbness, which are signs you may want to see medical attention.
Scott Mesi took precautions and didn’t allow the frigid temperatures to keep him from his routine jog.
“I have insulated leggings on…and gloves, hat, and two layers of upper body, so yeah it keeps me warm,” Mesi said.
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