Weather Alert Day continues to Friday morning

More icing likely for parts of the Tri-State
Ice Vs. Rain today
Posted at 3:26 AM, Feb 24, 2022

It's a 9 First Warning Weather Alert Day due to the threat of ice. We had freezing rain early this morning on our bridges and overpasses which led to a number of wrecks. We could experience more the same during tonight and the Friday morning drive.

These issues are more likely north of Cincinnati as the temperatures are staying above freezing in Northern Kentucky. However, a number of communities around Greater Cincinnati and north could see isolated slick roads. The precipitation will continue until about 2 a.m. when it becomes scattered. This is when some spots could see snow showers adding to the possible slick roads. It's just clouds for Friday before gradual clearing at night.

The weekend will be partly to mostly sunny with highs in the low 40s rising to the upper 40s on Sunday.

Scattered rain-heavy at times
Freezing rain & chance snow showers overnight
Low: 31

Mostly cloudy
High: 35

Gradual clearing
Low: 23

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