It’s a 9 First Warning Weather Alert Day continues as snow wraps up but slushy snow remains on many roads as you head out the door.
A winter storm warning and winter weather advisory are in effect until 1 p.m. All Northern Kentucky counties have been dropped from the winter weather advisory. The winter storm warning has also been scaled back: Cincinnati has been dropped, and replaced with a winter weather advisory.
Wet snow showers fell overnight and accumulated mostly in Indiana where 2-4″ of snow has been measured. In Hamilton and Butler County, 1-2″ of snow has been recorded. But here’s the good news, it was a wet snow and a lot of it has melted already! This is great news if you are heading into the city. Roads are only wet in Northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio. At this time, the only real issues we are running into are in western Hamilton County, Butler County and into our Indiana locations.
After we get through 8 a.m., a boundary will lift through the area, turning snow back over to rainfall and scattered showers will be on the move for a few hours. This will actually help to speed up the snow melting process.
Isolated showers remain possible into the afternoon timeframe but don’t expect much on the radar. Today’s high rises to 42.
Temperature cool to 30 tonight and we’ll still see some wrap around moisture from this same system. Spotty snow showers are possible and fresh, minor accumulatios cannot be ruled out. This could be a dusting up to 1/2″ of snow.
Snow to rain showers
Snow covered roads
Light snow again
Minor accumulations possible
Overcast, steady temperatures
Spotty, light snow
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