The first snowflakes of season are leaving a dusting in some parts of the Tri-State Thursday evening.
There were snow sightings in Colerain Township, Wyoming, Finneytown, Springdale, Kenwood and Wilmington, among others.
A couple of bands of snow-rain mix moved through before dark, and more could come our way Thursday night, 9 On Your Side meteorologist Steve Raleigh said.
A freeze warning is up for the entire Tri-State through 10 a.m. Friday.
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