Three males died in separate incidents during the afternoon hours.
The Ross County Coroner's office was notified of three weather-related deaths within about 2 hours Saturday.
The office wants to get the word out about using caution and paying attention to your body when exerting yourself in cold weather, especially if you have heart disease.
A 63-year-old man was pronounced in the 1:08pm, after collapsing at a gas station. He was out with a buddy clearing snow and then went to the gas station to fill up when he clutched his chest and collapsed.
A 54-year-old man was pronounced on the scene at 2:12pm, after he collapsed, vomited, and aspirated. He had gone out to clear the driveway for his daughter and wife to get out. His daughter drove to town and returned an hour or two later to find him lying in the driveway next to his shovel.
Lastly, a 65-year-old man died at 3:19pm after collapsing in his driveway while shoveling snow. When his wife checked on him a-half-hour later, he was down in the driveway.