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CINCINNATI - Snow hit the Tri-State hard and fast Wednesday afternoon, and you stopped to record the winter weather.

A Winter Weather Advisory was in effect for most of the Tri-State Wednesday, and the storm that swept through the region dumped 1-3 inches in some places in just a few hours.

You submitted videos of what you saw as the snow-blast came your way, and we've posted them in the player above.

Below is a list of where each video was taken:

1: Dry Ridge, Ky.
2. Madeira, Ohio
3. Independence, Ky.
4. Independence
5. Independence
6. Fort Thomas, Ky.
7. Milford, Oho

 

For a photo gallery of Wednesday's winter weather, go to http://www.wcpo.com/gallery/news/news_photo_gallery/snow-falls-in-the-tri-state-on-feb-13-2013 .

Remember to send us your snow photos and videos, either via e-mail to breakingnews@wcpo.com or under the U Report It section of the WCPO.com app.

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