In anticipation of expected snowfall this weekend, Kenton County has issued a Level I: Snow Emergency for Saturday.The snow emergency is scheduled to go into effect at 6 a.m., serving primarily as an advisoryMore >>
In anticipation of expected snowfall this weekend, Kenton County has issued a Level I: Snow Emergency for Saturday, going into effect at 6 a.m.More >>
A downtown restaurant is helping homeless folks who are stuck out in the cold.Cincy by the Slice, located on Main Street, has been open since 5:00 Friday morning.They have welcomed about 60 homeless peopleMore >>
A downtown restaurant is helping homeless folks who are stuck out in the cold.More >>
Cincinnati Police have shut down Freeman Avenue between Mehring Way and West 8th Street due to icy conditions.A couple of semi trucks slid on the road. One of them got stuck.No one was hurt.Copyright 2013More >>
Cincinnati Police have shut down Freeman Avenue between Mehring Way and West 8th Street due to icy conditions.More >>
The City of Cincinnati has enacted its emergency reporting procedure for Friday morning.Police have been ordered not tom respond to the scene of accidents in which no injuries have occurred and all vehiclesMore >>
The City of Cincinnati has enacted its emergency reporting procedure for Friday morning.More >>
Several accidents and slow spots have been reported across the Tri-State. Northbound 71/75 is slow after an accident in Covington, just before the Brent Spence Bridge, and I-275 is closed at the CarrolMore >>
Stick with FOX19's Frank Marzullo and Katy Morgan for the latest on weather updates, beginning at 4:30 a.m.More >>
Snowfall totals around the region look like this:
Butler Co, 1.2"
Dry Ridge 2.1"
All of these totals fall into that 1"-3" range (there were most likely some isolated higher amounts).
Overnight we may see a few lingering flurries or perhaps some very light snow but there will be little, if any, additional accumulation.
Sunday will see some light snow showers and a cold high of 28°.
Another more potent system will approach Monday late afternoon into Tuesday. This storm system bears watching and as of right now looks capable of more accumulating snow. Monday's high will be in the low 30s. The remainder of the week looks relatively quiet with highs slowly climbing into the 40s and a chance of a sprinkle or light rain shower Thursday night.