How much has your community received so far?

SNOWFALL TOTALS: How much has your community received so far?



VACCINATED AND MORE THAN 3 MILLION BOOTED. NOW TURNING OUR WEATHER, WE GOT A SNOW-COVERED WONDERLAND OVERNIGHT. SOMETIMES WHEN YOU HAVE TO GET OUT OF THIS, IT’S A LITTLE EDGE. ALLIN: IT’S NOT FUN, AND I THINK IT WILL CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. ADDITIONAL SNOW PASSES ON THE ROAD GIVING LOW VISIBILITY AND MORE SNOW ON SOME OF THESE ROADS THROUGHOUT THE REGION. EARLY THIS MORNING THIS WAS WHAT WESTCHESTER LOOKED LIKE WITH THIS SNOW FALLING. YOU KNOW HOW BIG THESE SNOWFLAKES ARE. THIS WILL CONTINUE TO BE THE CASE LATER THIS AFTERNOON. THIS WAS SENT TO ME BY CHRISTINA EARLIER. SO YES, WE STILL HAVE BENGAL PRIDE TODAY, EVEN TT WOULD BE – EVEN IF WE HAVE ALL THE SNOW TO TALK. THERE IS STILL A DECENT AMOUNT OF SNOW DESCENDING TOWARDS THE DOWNTOWN AND NOW THE EAST SIDE. IT WAS NOT TOO LONG CLOSER TO THE WEST SIDE BUT NOW STARTING SPREADING AREAS LIKE NORWOOD TO OAKLEY, HYDE PARK, MADISONVILLE, COLUMBIA TUSCULUM, UNMO WASHINGTON TO ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, NEWTOWN ALSO SEEING SNOW FALLING AT A VERY GOOD CLIP. I ALSO WANT TO DRAW THIS AREA OF CLEROS AI 70 SNOW TO YOUR ATTENTION. IT WILL CONTINUE TO DIVE FURTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHEASTWARDS. THIS HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING AN ADDITIONAL INCH OF SNOW TO PARTS OF INDIANA, PARTSF O KENTUCKY AND WESTERN AREAS OF HAMILTON COUNTY. WE HAVE A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY WHICH IS NOW IN PLACE UNTIL 10:00 PM TONIGHT TO TAKE THIS INTO CONSIDERATION. WE ARE LOOKING AT SOME CAMASER EARLR.IE SOME ADDITIONAL CAMERAS THERE. IN ADDITION TO THIS, IT WILL SOMETIMES IMPROVE WNDO’S VISIBILITY. WE HAVE SEEN THE VISIBILITY DECREASING AT TIMES ALREADY TODAY. FOR THE NEXT TWO HOURS FLURRIES CONTINUE HERE. MOST OF US WILL NOT SEE MORE THAN A HALF INCH OF SNOW OR MORE, BUT SOME OF THEM CATCHED UNDER THIS HEAVIER BAND OF SNOW COULD COLLECT A FULL INCH. THIS IS AN IDEA OF WHAT RADAR LOOKS LIKE BY 4:00 THIS AFTERNOON, AND I THINK THE SNOW WILL IMPACT AAS CLOSER TO FRANKLIN COUNTY, FAYETTE COUNTY, UNION COUNTY, STH FROM 74 AND NEARER BOONE COUNTY. IT IS ENTIRELY POSSIBLE THAT WE WILL FINALLY SING SOME OF THIS SNOW REACHING PARTS OF HAMILTON COUNTY, MAYBE EVEN BUTLER COUN TOO. ONCE WE ARRIVE AT ABOUT 9 AM TONIGHT THE SWNO IS OUT OF HERE AND WE’RE STARTING TO DRY UP. YOU WANT TO BE CAREFUL ONOA R DURING THE REST OF TODAY AND POSSIBLY EVEN EARLY TOMORROW MORNING. THE OTHER SRYTO WILL BE THE COLD OUTSIDE. TEMPERATURES HAVE AGAIN DIVED AGAIN TO ABOUT NINE DEGREES TOMORROW MORNING, AND WITH THE WI COOLING DOWN, WE TALK IT FELT MORE LIKE ZERO OUTSIDE AND EVEN BELOW ZERO AND A FEW NE IGHBORHOODS. HAZARDOUS COLD TEMPERATURES BACK EARLY TOMORROW MORNING. THEN FOR THE REST OF SATURDAY WE WILL SEE A LOT OF SUNNY. NOT MUCH WARMING UP. TOMORROW ONLY TEMPERATURES WILL REACH AROUND 2 OR 5 DEGREES. THAT’S WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT WITH THIS VISIBILITY. NORMALLY WE WOULD BE ABLE TO SEE DOWN THE RIVER IN KENTUCKY, BUT NOT A LOT AT THIS TIME. VISIBILITY CURRENTLY DOWTON AT ABOUT TWO MILES AT HAMILNTO, AND FURTHER NORTH AT WILMINGTON, VISIBILITY UP TO ABOUT FOUR MILES. GOT SO FAR. SOME AREAS COLLECTED ABOUT AN INCH OF SNOW, OTHERS CLOSER TO THE 2.5 INCH RANGE, SO SOME OF US ARE MOVING AWAY FROM TODAY WITH STILL SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. AS WE ENTER THE WEEK, SATURDAY TEMPERATURES DROP TO AROUND 9 AM, UP TO 25 TOMORROW AFTERNOON, 38 FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE SUNDAY, AND MONDAY, TEMPERATURES RETURN INTO THE 40L, 50 ON TUESDAY, BUT THEN CHECK THIS WE WILL SEE TEMPERATURES CRASHING BY THE END OF THE WEEK DOWN

SNOWFALL TOTALS: How much has your community received so far?

Flurries brought some light accumulations to the Cincinnati area on Friday and it’s not done yet. As of Friday, here are the latest snowfall totals for tri-state areas:Georgetown, Ohio: 3 inchesSharonville, Ohio: 3 inchesMaineville, Ohio: 3 inchesBlue Ash, Ohio: 3 inchesMason, Ohio: 2.5 inchesAlexandria, Kentucky: 2 .5 inchesThe snow is not over yet, additional rounds are moving in this afternoon, which could be heavy. A front moving through the region has the potential to bring up to an inch of additional accumulations to parts of Indiana, parts of Kentucky and even parts of western Hamilton County. closest to the state line. A winter weather advisory is in place until 10 p.m. for these areas. This will reduce visibility and roads will become slippery, especially at sunset. Another inch of snow is possible. The Cincinnati Police Department is under emergency accident reporting procedures until further notice. If you are involved in an accident and there are no injuries and the vehicles are drivable, please exchange information and move on. or stop in any district. Temperatures remain fairly stable most of the day between 29 and 30 degrees. Then the front passes, the clouds clear and even colder air pours in! Plan to get down to the Banks for the Bengals Pep Rally from 4-7pm, dress really warm, it will be in the 20s with wind chills dropping to teenage lows, but plenty of excitement to keep you warm! The weekend forecast will be dry and cold. Saturday starts around 9 degrees. The maximum will be in the 20s with sunny skies. If you’re hoping to catch the Bengals game outside of Sunday, temperatures will be in the upper 30s. Kansas City will be a bit warmer this weekend with a high of 50 degrees on Saturday and 46 degrees for Sunday’s game. Next week we will warm up to 50 degrees on Tuesday. Watch for potential for a big drop in temperature and a change from rain to snow later in the week. Stay tuned!

Flurries brought some light accumulations to the Cincinnati area on Friday and it’s not done yet.

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As of 6 p.m. Friday, here are the latest snowfall totals for the tri-state areas:

Georgetown, Ohio: 3 inches

Sharonville, Ohio: 3 inches

Maineville, Ohio: 3 inches

Blue Ash, Ohio: 3 inches

Mason, Ohio: 2.5 inches

Alexandria, Kentucky: 2.5 inches

The snow is not over yet, additional rounds are preparing this afternoon, which could be heavy.

A front moving through the region has the potential to bring up to an inch of additional accumulations to parts of Indiana, parts of Kentucky, and even some of the deepest western parts of Hamilton County. close to the state line. A winter weather advisory is in place until 10 p.m. for these areas.

This will reduce visibility and roads will become slippery, especially at sunset. Another inch or two of snow is possible.

The Cincinnati Police Department is under emergency accident reporting procedures until further notice. If you are involved in an accident and there are no injuries and the vehicles are drivable, please exchange information and move on. or stop in any neighborhood.

Temperatures remain fairly stable most of the day between 29 and 30 degrees. Then the front passes, the clouds clear and even colder air pours in!

Plan to come to the Banks for the Bengals Pep Rally from 4-7pm, dress really warm, it will be in the 20s with wind chills falling on the teens, but plenty of excitement to keep you warm!

The weekend forecast will be dry and cold. Saturday starts around 9 degrees. The maximum will be in the 20s with sunny skies. If you’re hoping to catch the Bengals game outside of Sunday, temperatures will be in the upper 30s. Kansas City will be a bit warmer this weekend with a high of 50 degrees on Saturday and 46 degrees for Sunday’s game.

Next week we will be warming up to the 50s by Tuesday. Watch for potential for a big drop in temperature and a change from rain to snow later in the week. Stay tuned!

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