The WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been lifted for most of the Tri-State. It is still in effect for northern counties until 3 p.m. Sunday.
A mix of snow and rain hit the Tri-State this morning. Roads are lightly snow covered enough to make conditions slick as you head out the door this morning. Allot extra time to get to your destination.
Road conditions will be worst to the north. A period of freezing rain will be possible from the south to the north with time this morning.
Snow & Freezing Rain Timeline
10 a.m. into afternoon: Snow, rain will continue as temperatures begin to rise
Rain turns back to snow, expect light accumulation
The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for the following counties until 3 p.m.: Franklin, Ripley, Dearborn, Butler, Warren, Clinton. This is where 1-3" of snow is possible followed by some brief freezing rain.
A winter weather advisory for Ohio, Switzerland, Carroll, Hamilton, Gallatin, Boone, Kenton, Campbell and Clermont Counties EXPIRED at 10 a.m Sunday morning.
Snow accumulation may continue until around noon in northern counties, with a wintry mix of precipitation continuing for the rest of Greater Cincinnati also until around noon into the afternoon as temperatures climb near the 40 degree mark.
Don't rule out some spotty snow showers in the very northern part of our viewing area even late this afternoon where temperatures will be a bit cooler. As a cold front finally comes through this evening, a narrow band of snow will develop. This could bring a quick dusting but it will have a hard time sticking on the streets after rain showers today.
Here are your projected snow totals for throughout the Tri-State for Sunday:
Snow continues to fall in northern counties until noon, wintry mix throughout rest of Tri-State
Freezing rain into northern Kentucky and directly east of Cincinnati
Morning wintry mix changes to afternoon showers
Rain to snow showers
Light AM snow showers
Light wintry mix late
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