- Associated Press - Thursday, January 8, 2015

CLEVELAND (AP) - The city of Cleveland has opened four recreation centers round-the-clock to anyone who needs to get out of the cold.

City officials say these warming centers around the city will remain open until further notice. Facilities for hygiene will be made available at the centers.

High temperatures of less than 20 degrees are forecast in Cleveland through Saturday.

Officials also noted that new city ordinances that took effect in December require residents to provide adequate shelter for animals suitable to species, age, condition and size.

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