Saturday snowfall totals around the Tri-State

CINCINNATI -- A winter storm blasted the Tri-State early Saturday leaving a blanket of snow covering most areas.

As cold air and ice settled in, counties in all three states issued snow emergencies  due to accumulating inches of snowfall and bad road conditions. Crews continue to clear roadways.

Below is a preliminary report on fresh snowfall totals:

Ohio

  • Cincinnati: 2.5"
  • Butler Co.: 1.5"
  • Kings Mills: 1"
  • Clinton: 3"
  • Hillsboro: 3"
  • Hamilton: 3"
  • Montgomery: 1.1"
  • S. Lebanon: 2.5"
  • West Union: 2"
  • Clarksville: 2.8"
  • Oxford: 2.7"
  • Sharonville: 3.2"
  • Blue Ash: 2.9"
  • Amelia: 3"

Indiana

  • Dearborn: 1"
  • Richmond: 1.5"
  • W. Aurora: 5"
  • Bright: 3"
  • Vandalia: 1"
  • Milan: 3.5"
  • Lawrenceburg: 3.2"

Kentucky

  • CVG: 5.5"
  • Glencoe: 1.4"
  • Crittenden: 1"
  • Richwood: 3.5"
  • Union: 4"
  • Independence: 3"

The snow is expected to taper off by noon, but cold temperatures will remain. Read the latest forecast here .

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