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A majority of Wednesday's storm has come through the Tri-State, and blizzard warnings in the region have been allowed to expire.

Winter weather advisories for Brown, Clermont, Hamilton, Highland, Hocking and Ross also expired at 7 p.m.

Snowfall totals will vary across the Tri-State. Areas within the previous Blizzard Warnings (Ripley, Franklin, Fayette, Union and Butler Counties) have received as much as 8" of snow.  Blowing snow is also possible and reduced visibility at times.

Winter Storm Warnings were issued for Warren and Clinton Counties. It is possible to find 2"-4" of snow with some ice in this area along I-71.

All of Northern Kentucky, parts of southeast Indiana, and Ohio, including Cincinnati, are under a Winter Weather Advisory.  2"-4" of snowfall is possible with isolated higher totals. Also, a light glaze of ice may form.

Some of our eastern Ohio and eastern Kentucky counties will be a bit wet and slushy with around an inch of accumulation.  Some additional rainfall is also possible, especially in our southeast Kentucky counties.

TIMELINE:

OVERNIGHT/THURSDAY MORNING –

Only isolated flurries through the early morning.

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