CINCINNATI - A Winter Storm Warning issued for the Tri-State hasexpired, but the weather continues to be a problem especially forthose who have to drive in it.
The warnings expired at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., depending where youlive.
Chief Meteorologist Steve Raleigh says the region may accumulateup to 6 inches when it's over.
At least 2-3 inches of snow fell in the Tri-State during rushhour traffic with temperatures in the low 20s. Another 1-2 incheswill accumulate throughout the day.
On Thursday the snow may mix with, or change to, some lightfreezing rain or sleet especially south of the Ohio River. Anyaccumulation of snow or ice will be minor, but slick roads arecertainly a possibility.
For the latest on road and traffic conditions visit wcpo.com/traffic.
For the latest forecast and what else we can expect go to wcpo.com/forecast.
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