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Bailey is "ornery," according to his owner. We can only imagine that face helps him get away with it.Photo by: @BobMoss37 on Twitter
Ally Kraemer is never without her snowstorm survival kit! (Not pictured: Coat, hat, gloves, very thick socks.)Nicolaas Guaderrama snapped this picture of Northside's cobblestone streets blanketed in snow.Who's a good, good pupper? Liberty Township resident William Bow's golden retriever, who wasted no time making tracks in the early morning snow. Photo by: @BowAutomation on TwitterAnother important part of Ally Kraemer's severe weather kit: A ruler to measure precise snowfall totals. Union, Kentucky, where meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark took this picture on her deck, can expect a few more inches by the end of Saturday. Seriously, keep sending us your snow dogs. We love them.Photo by: @leah_norris on Instagram.Home, sweet home. Snow swirled around the castle outside WCPO's offices on Elsinore Place.Randy Ravenscroft's curly-tailed pup enjoys the snow in New Richmond, Ohio.Photo by: @ravesthepoet on TwitterDoes Eden Park look a little like Narnia? Maybe? Snow falls over the castle on Elsinore Place.
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The snow left this pup cold at first, but she warmed up fast. It's easy when you have a fur coat.Photo by: @darksidelima on Twitter
Viewer Brian Everett's deck in Delhi Township, Ohio.
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There's nothing better in life than a snootful of snow, according to Braxton. Trust him. He's an expert.Photo by: @SueWood_ on Twitter
Viewer Bob DeFoor's view from Hyde Park.Photo by: @bob_defoor on TwitterPicture submitted by viewer Kevin Miley in Oxford, Ohio. Photo by: @kevin_m_miley on Twitter.
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You thought you could trick Gus Gus into putting his feet in water if you froze it? You pitiful fool. (Incidentally, this is the face every reporter makes when they learn they'll be standing outside in the snow.)Photo by: @CucinottaLeigh on Twitter
WCPO staffer Meghan Wesley snapped this pristine snowfall in Mason, Ohio.
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Eva, mother of dragons, takes some time off from conquering Westeros to play with a dog.Photo by: @CaroleRawlins on Twitter
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Among scientists, this expression is known as a mlem. Sometimes a blep. It's hard to stay abreast of the latest research.Photo by: @ria_lee1 on Twitter
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Ed enjoys the snow in Friendship, Indiana.Photo by: @Daniell10990542 on Twitter.
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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Hugo Nepomuceno, 2, sleds with his family in Ault Park on Jan. 19, 2019. Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell | WCPO
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The first snowfall of the year left many communities with multiple inches of snow on January, 12, 2019.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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Max Riley shakes off the snow after frolicking through his backyard in Covington.Photo by: Arianne Riley
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KenwoodPhoto by: Tom McKee
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Paddock Hills checking inPhoto by: Jermaine Hill
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A nice coating of ice underneath a small amount of fresh snow in Independence, Kentucky.Photo by: Philip Lee | WCPO
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Snow cusions in Batesville, IndianaPhoto by: Andrea Wade
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Just shy of 9” of Snowfall on Al Turnwald's picnic table in Symmes TownshipPhoto by: Al Turnwald
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Snow piled up high in BlanchesterPhoto by: Travis Burris
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8.5 inches in Mason. 3.5 of that was overnight and this morning.Photo by: Leslie Carpenter Kauffman
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GoshenPhoto by: Lily Winterberger
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Snow Santa made by Lia and Frank Stanton outside their Cincinnati homePhoto by: Jeanne Stanton