Crews continue to clear Tri-State roads after freezing rain, sleet and snow fell in the last 24 hours.
Most highways in the Greater Cincinnati area are passable as drivers start their evening commutes. However, all lanes of I-75 North are blocked near Mitchell Avenue following a crash that resulted in a car on fire.
The two right lanes of I-75 North are also blocked near Exit 1 due to a crash, with Ohio Department of Transportation cameras showing the majority of lanes are clear of snow and ice.
In Butler County, a crash on I-75 North near State Route 63 has blocked multiple lanes. Drivers can expect delays.
A few crashes have been reported on I-71, with one in Kenwood blocking two northbound lanes near Montgomery Road.
I-74 eastbound was closed for a short period of time around 7 a.m., as winter weather conditions continue to affect travel in the Tri-State.
Several counties have declared level 2 snow emergencies, encouraging people to stay inside and off the roads unless necessary.
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Here's a look at other issues that have popped up on the roadways due to winter weather.
The Cincinnati Police Department announced the following roads are closed due to road conditions:
- Faraday Road between President Drive and Cass Avenue
- Inbound Elberon Avenue from Mt. Echo Park Drive
- Inbound Mt. Hope Drive to Incline District
- Fairbanks Avenue from Bassett Road to Delhi Avenue
State Route 506 in Highland County is closed in both directions from North Street to Carmel Road because of debris in the roadway. OH-138 is also closed in both directions at Rowe Road due to debris.
All northbound lanes of State Route 41 are closed from State Route 124 to Bell Hollow Road due to flooding.
Campbell County Emergency Management asked drivers to stay home due to hazardous conditions on I-275, AA Highway, U.S. 27 and the secondary roads earlier in the morning.
CVG cancels all of its Thursday departures
Ice Storm Warning issued for parts of Tri-State
PHOTOS: Winter weather hitting the Tri-State region