It's snowtime! City road crews stand by for season's first snowfall

Posted at 4:23 PM, Jan 22, 2016

CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black said in a statement the city "typically plans for the worst and hopes for the best" when it comes to inclimate winter weather.

With light snow forecasted from Friday night through Saturday afternoon, road crews began treating roads with brine on Wednesday and will break out the salt when needed.

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Glance through the infographic below for more about how the city plans to tackle any ice and snow accumulation through this winter. Never heard of battling snow flurries with beet juice or pickle brine? Check out this link for more on these environmentally friendly methods to beat Old Man Winter.