The short answer, probably not.
Low temperatures may dip to low 30s/high 20s in northern Ohio over the next few days. However, these temperatures should not harm winter wheat at the Feekes 6 to 7 growth stage. [As a side note, I wrote this exact article last year at this time. Temperatures in Ohio were in the low 30s to upper 20s in northern Ohio, but wheat yield ended up being record-high for many famers due to the long grain fill period. Last year, there was even snow on some fields.]