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CINCINNATI -- To get out ahead of the weather and any closings or delays, you can find an up-to-date list on WCPO.com and 9 On Your Side.

Schools or other organizations that wish to report a closing will need an ID code and password for WCPO’s closings system. Here’s what you do:

Step 1: Call (513) 852-4966 to get the code and password

Step 2: Go to http://www.wcpo.com/closingsadmin

Step 3: Enter your ID code and password and then click on LOGIN

Step 4: Now you can add your closings information!

Stay up-to-date with  the forecast on our weather page and download the Stormshield app to take the latest warnings with you on your smartphone

Whenever it snows, travel times can be affected, so don’t forget to track current traffic delays and road conditions.

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