The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER STORM WATCH ahead of the late Friday snowfall. This is for the following counties: Adams, Bracken, Brown, Highland, Mason and Robertson. These areas are likely to see three to four inches of snow by Saturday morning. It'll be the most in the Tri-State.
The rest of the Tri-State will see one to three inches of snow triggered by a complex weather system passing through the area. Overall, our Friday starts simply overcast before a wintry mix begins during the late afternoon around Greater Cincinnati.
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Snow will end going into Saturday. However, snow showers are possible for the first half of Saturday as temperatures plummet. In fact, the winds chills will be in the single digits and teens all day. Temperatures will rebound to the 40s with sunshine on Sunday.
Late evening wintry mix changes to snow
Snow covered roads, slick travel begins overnight into Saturday Morning