DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Another cold snap has arrived in the Miami Valley. Temperatures are expected to hit the teens Sunday night and by Monday it will feel like single digits.
Residents are expected to be bundled up for the annual MLK march in downtown Dayton Monday morning.
2 News spoke with local pediatrician, Dr. David Roer about properly bundling up children in the cold weather.
Obviously they are little are going to get cold quickly," said Dr. Roer. "You want to make sure they've got a lot of layers of clothes on. You want to make sure they've double up on socks, put boots on, as well as gloves."
Dr. Roer said its important to change any of these items if they get wet to avoid possible frost-nip.
"Frost-nip is your pre-frostbite where your fingers, toes, nose and cheeks will start to get that frost bite like appearance," said Dr. Roer. "The best thing to do is place warm water over the damaged area, then place a dry cloth over it. You want to avoid rubbing it."
Dr. Roer said to seek medical attention immediately in extreme cases or if the damaged area does not seem to improve.
The areas most likely to be affected by frostbite are your hands, feet, nose and ears.
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