CINCINNATI -- As a mix of snow and frozen rain collected over the Tri-State Tuesday evening, WCPO used special equipment to give you an enhanced view.
Before the ice storm rolled in, WCPO's crew attached a GoPro camera to the station's balcony on Gilbert Avenue.
The camera filmed the storm's first flakes at about 6 p.m. and continued rolling as ice and snow enveloped city streets and homes.
The footage was then edited together into an impressive time-lapse video that compresses five hours of footage into two minutes.
Watch it in the video player or on YouTube.
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