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Winter storm warning: Snow accumulation rapidly to drop 2 to 5 inches across Cincinnati



COMING. CHILDREN ARE PRESENTED BECAUSE OF WHAT KEVIN SAID, CINCINNATI PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE CLOSING. CLOSED FOR TOMORROW. IT WILL BE A NIGHT AND DAY DIFFERENCE. WE WILL BE SLEEPING TONIGHT, THIS WILL ALLOW THE SNOW TO ACCUMULATE BEFORE THE SUN RISES IN THE MORNING. HERE’S WHAT WE EXPECT SNOW. BASICALLY, IF YOU WERE ALONG NORTHWEST OF INTERSTATE 71, WE’RE TALKING AT 4 INCHES OF SNOW, A GOOD BET WITH SOME ISOLATED AMOUNTS THAT WILL LIKELY BE NEAR FIVE. ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU GO TO OUR MOST NORTHERN COMMUNITY. NORTH OF THE RIVER, THE SNOW WILL BE HEAVIER. THERE WILL BE A VERY STRONG CUT IN THE 1 TO 3 INCH RANGE. THIS IS VERY POSSIBLE IN PARTS OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY WHERE YOU CAN EASILY GO FROM SOUTHERN PARTS OF BOONE COUNTY. THIS WILL BE THE STRONG CUT WHEN YOU GO DOWN TO THE 1-3 INCH RANGE. YOU CAN SEE THIS IN THE SOUTHERN MOST COMMUNITIES. LIKELY NOT TO GET MUCH AMOUNTS AT ALL. LET ME EXPLAIN HOW IT WORKS. CALM THE NEXT HOURS. THIS SEEMS TO COME AS RAIN BUT I CAN TELL YOU IT WILL BE SNOW HERE. WATCH WHAT HAPPENS AT 3 AM, WATCH THIS STRONG CUT IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY. THIS IS WHAT I AM TALKING ABOUT. THERE WILL BE A STRONG CUT BETWEEN SNOW AND NO SNOW SOUTH OF THE OHIO RIVER. IT SNOWED HEAVY UNTIL ABOUT 6 AM IN THE MORNING. AT 6:00 a.m., THE SNOW STOPS. TEMPERATURES ARE ALSO WARMING UP ENOUGH THAT BY 8:00 AM ANYTHING THAT FALLS ON MOST TRISTATES SHOULD BE READ AT THIS POINT. THAT WE WILL HAVE A FEW SHOWERS DURING THE LUNCH TIME TOMORROW AND BY THE WAY, AFTER WAKE UP WITH POSSIBLY THREE, 4 INCHES OF SNOW, TEMPERATURES WILL RISE TO THE LOW TO MID QUARANTINES. THIS IS WHY I SAY A NIGHT AND DAY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MORNING AND EVENING AT HOME ACROSS THE REGION. IT WILL BE COLD OR LATE ON WEDNESDAY AND WE WILL HAVE A FEW FLURRIES HERE WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY. YOU STILL FEEL QUITE CONFIDENT WITH THE SNOW FORECAST, ESPECIALLY FURTHER NORTH OF THE OHIO RIVER. THIS IS WHERE JUST A WARNING IS IN EFFECT. TO THE SOUTH, YOU HAVE A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY. THIS IS FOR THESE LOWER SNOW AMOUNTS, BUT I STILL THINK THAT EVEN IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY HERE, THERE IS LIKELY A LITTLE SLEEP MIXED INTO THIS MIX OF SNOW OR RAIN. THIS WILL STILL CAUSE SOME PROBLEMS FOR TOMORROW’S TRANSPORTATION. EVERYONE JUST EXPECTS TO NEED A LITTLE EXTRA TIME. IT IS NICE TODAY WITH THE SUN OUTSIDE. TEMPERATURES SET IN LOW. TEMPERATURES ARE STILL LOCKED IN THE 40S. 41S IN DELHI. SNOW BEGINS AFTER MIDNIGHT. IT WILL BE HEAVY WET SNOW. THE SNOW RATE WILL BE NEAR 1 INCH PER HOUR. AFTER MIDNIGHT IT WILL BE VERY DIFFICULT FOR ROAD TEAMS TO KEEP UP WITH THIS TYPE OF SNOW RATE. THAT’S WHY TOMORROW MORNING WILL BE A DISORDER. RAPID SNOW ACCUMULATION OVERNIGHT. UP TO 31. IT SHOULD BE BETTER BY THE AFTERNOON. HERE IS YOUR 7 DAY FORECAST. MORE FLURRIES HERE ON THURSDAY AS COLD AIR WRAPS BEHIND THE STORM THEN A CHILL AND INTO THE WEEK. WEEKEND TEMPERATURES REBOUND INTO THE QUARANTINES. THIS WILL MEAN A STORM WINTER PATTERN AS WE

Winter storm warning: Snow accumulation rapidly to drop 2 to 5 inches across Cincinnati

Just as one winter storm rolls away, another takes aim at Greater Cincinnati. The accumulation of snow offers potential for snowy roads in the middle of the week. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // CLOSURES AND DELAYS Tuesday will be mostly dry. We start out cold in the 20s but expect highs in the 40s and mostly cloudy skies. The storm will not arrive until after midnight. Another strong and potentially high impact storm will arrive in our area late Tuesday and early Wednesday. The accumulating snow moves after midnight and accumulates rapidly as the snow becomes heavy. Most of the snow is accumulating before sunrise Wednesday morning. At 8 a.m., the mix line moves to Cincinnati with a shift to light sleet or rain. The rain/mixed line runs south to north mid to late morning. By noon, it will only rain except for the extreme northwest in southeastern Indiana where all the snow may remain until noon. Snow totals will be higher the further north/northwest you live. Most around Greater Cincinnati pick up 2-4″. North/Northwest areas potentially see closer to 4-5″. Expect snowy roads and messy travel Wednesday morning. Roads should start to slowly improve Wednesday afternoon as we see light rain/drizzle. A few showers are possible again after 5 p.m. Flurries and flurries persist in the forecast for Thursday and Friday. Our next chance for moisture arrives on Sunday in the form of rain or a winter mix. This may impact Bengals AFC Championship watch parties!

Just as one winter storm rolls away, another takes aim at Greater Cincinnati. The accumulation of snow offers potential for snowy roads in the middle of the week.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // CLOSURES AND DELAYS

Tuesday will be mostly dry. We start out cold in the 20s but expect highs in the 40s and mostly cloudy skies. The storm will not arrive until after midnight.

Another strong and potentially high impact storm is coming to our area late Tuesday and early Wednesday. The accumulating snow moves after midnight and accumulates rapidly as the snow becomes heavy. Most of the snow is accumulating before sunrise Wednesday morning. At 8 a.m., the mix line moves to Cincinnati with a shift to light sleet or rain. The rain/mixed line runs south to north mid to late morning. By noon, it will only rain except for the extreme northwest in southeastern Indiana where all the snow may remain until noon.

Snow totals will be higher the further north/northwest you live. Most around Greater Cincinnati pick up 2-4″. North/Northwest areas potentially see closer to 4-5″. Expect snowy roads and messy travel Wednesday morning. Roads should start to slowly improve Wednesday afternoon as we see light rain/drizzle. A few showers are again possible after 5 p.m.

Flurries and flurries persist in the forecast behind this for Thursday and Friday. Our next chance for moisture arrives on Sunday in the form of rain or a winter mix. This may impact Bengals AFC Championship watch parties!

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