Pockets of light snow will continue this morning across the Tri-State through 6 a.m. Our best chance for snow after 5 a.m. will shift more east of Cincinnati, ending to the west.
With temperatures well below freezing, watch out for slick spots on the roads. While some roadways may look wet, they may very easily turn icy. This will definitely be the case so use extra caution while driving in these conditions.Read full story
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