Dave Hemmerle clears a neighbor's driveway in Blue Ash Monday morning. Kareem Elgazzar | WCPO
Tri-State residents are digging out after yet another wintry blast blanketed the area with a fresh round of snow.
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CINCINNATI – Tri-State residents are digging out after yet another wintry blast blanketed the area with a fresh round of snow.
Estimates on what the area was supposed to see varied from 6 to 12 inches, to a more modest 1-3 inches.
What the area ended up getting was a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow. Most accumulations in the area were in the 2-3 inches range.
Here are some Snowfall totals as of 9 a.m. Monday:
45.8 inches overall year-to-date CVG – 2.2 inches
Ohio: Cincinnati -- 2.3 inches Montgomery -- 2 inches Fairfield -- 3 inches Mason -- 3.5 inches Hamilton -- 1.8 inches West Chester -- 3.5 inches Monroe -- 4 inches
Indiana: Versailles – 1.7 inches Brookville, Ind. 2.8 inches Lawrenceburg -- 2 inches
Kentucky: Independence -- 2.8 inches Boone Co. -- 4.5 inches Bracken Co. -- 3 inches Gallatin Co. -- 3.3 inches Falmouth -- 4 inches Dry Ridge -- 4 inches Carrollton -- 4 inches South Union -- 3.5 inches
Here are some helpful links to prepare for winter weather:
9 tips for driving on icy roads
What you need in your car if you get stuck in the snow
Car not starting? How to prevent a dead battery
Sign up for severe weather email and mobile alerts
LIVE interactive radar
Download the WCPO Storm Shield app (storm-based alerts for life-threatening weather events)
WCPO traffic updates
Latest power outages from Duke Energy
Flight cancelations and delays from CVG, other U.S. airports