Extra accumulating snow for Cincinnati space: What to anticipate

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More Snow for Cincinnati: What to Expect

Updated: 6:12 am EST February 18, 2021

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PEOPLE WITHOUT POWER. THANK YOU, WE ARE NOT AT HOME IN THIS LOCATION. We got some snow through Randy, but obviously we are adapted to these temperatures and can handle the snow. RIGHT. WE HAVE THE ACCESSORIES WE HAVE TO CALCULATE ON AN ANNUAL BASIS, WHILE WE LOOK AT WHAT’S WHAT? Early in the morning. YES, SNOW AND YOU CAN SEE CORRECTLY WHEN DEEPER BLUE OVER THE SOUTH EAST, INDIANA SO VERSAILLES AURORA HARRISON, SOME OF THE POINTS WHERE THE SNOW GETS A SMALL BIT OF A FASTER STEP WHEN WE CANNOT GO DOWN TO THE ZONE WEEKS HAVE SEEN WITH SOME OF OUR PREVIOUS SYSTEMS, BUT IT IS FINALLY ONE OF THE HEAVY SNOWFIELDS BETWEEN DOVER AND HARRISON THE MOTORWAY WILL BE AGAIN WHEN THE ROAD FORCES HAVE BEEN SURVEYED AFTER THE RUNS. THANKS TO THE SNOW SHOWERS MOVING FROM MANCHESTER TO DOVER AND HARRISON AND NOW CROSSING THE STATE LINE AND MOVING TO OKEANA AND ROSS AND RILEY. YOU WILL SEE THE SNOW PHOTO HERE SOON IN OXFORD AND HAMILTON AND FAIRFIELD. FOUR AREAS SOUTH IN THE SOUTHERN OHIO RIVER. WE STILL HAVE CONTINUOUS SNOW SHOWERS THAT ARE RIGHT EVERYWHERE FROM MASON TO LEBANON WAYNESVILLE. WE WAS LIVE LIVE VIEW OF LEBANON COUPLES MINUTES AND YOU CAN SEE TIRE TRACKS IN THE ROAD REPEATING HEAVY HEAVY SNOW SHOWERS THAT FINISHED IN KENT AT THE MOMENT OF TAYLOR MILLED INDEPEND. BACK TO 71-75 AND AGAIN THAT’S A VERY BIG SYSTEM. This actually comes to us all the way from areas near Memphis. THIS WILL SLOWLY MOVE IN OUR DIRECTION AS WE WALK THROUGH THE DAY, WHICH MEANS CONSTANT SNOW THROUGH THE MORNING, AND THEN TAPER WHEN WE COME IN THE MIDDLE OF THE AFTERNOON. SO WINTER WEATHER ADVICE IN EFFECT ABOUT OUR TERRITORY AND THE FUTURE SHOWS 6:30 IN THE MORNING PLAN THAT IT IS SNOW AND YOU ARE PART OF THE CITY WHEN THE DOOR TO WORK OR SCHOOL OPEN. Obviously, we’ve updated the closings and delays. CONSTANTLY DOWN ON YOUR SCREEN THERE AND ON OUR APP 8 O’CLOCK SNOW SHOWERS CONTINUED AND LUNCH. SAME TIME. It will save an intense date and it will fade away. IT IS NOT FAST, HEAVY SNOW. IT’S A CONSTANT SNOW AND BECAUSE OUR TEMPERATURES IN THE 20S HANG EACH CUT, THE STICKS FALLS WE HIT LUNCH TODAY, STILL CUT NICE STABLE, BUT I THINK THEY BEGIN, WE WILL START AT A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 17 See snow showers. UP AND MOVE OUT UNTIL THE EARLY EVENING. The snow is gone. YOU COULD EXPECT A PAIR OF LINGERING FLURRIES BUT THAT IS IT. THE BIGGER IMPACT ON MORNING AT LUNCH AND AFTER SCHOOL, BUT IN THE EVENING OF THE EVENING DRIVE, THE ACCUMULATING SNOW SHOULD BE MADE FOR US. NOW IT’S 21 DEGREE OF SNOW SHOWERS REPORTED AT WINDS AIRPORT FROM THE NORTH NORTH EAST IN NINE MILES AN HOUR, AND THAT FEELS LIKE 11, WIND COOLING IN GENERAL IN THE YOUNG PEOPLE TODAY, SNOW SHOWERS WILL BE CONTINUOUSLY IN THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SOME GOOD NEWS FOR YOU ARE SURE IT GETS COLD. WE HAVE FRESH SNOW FOR US TODAY AND THAT HELPS TO KEEP OUR TEMPERATURES ON THE COOL SIDE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, BUT THEY ARE BOTH DRY DAYS AND ONCE WHEN WE COME ON SUNDAY WE REALLY GO OVER FREEZING WHEN THIS DECK SYSTEM MOVES ON SUNDAY NIGHT. WE REALLY TALK ABOUT RAIN, NOT SNOW. SO IT WILL BE SOMETHING MESSAGE FOR THE EARLY NEXT WEEK IF OUR TEMPERATURES WILL BE RETURNED 28 DEGREES TODAY 28 DIFFICULT MORNING SNOW SPREAD AT LEAST SOME MORE OR IN THE AFTERNOON TIME THE MOST ARE PICKING UP MOST AREAS. Could we get four inches anywhere? Sure, depending on where those heavier belts are placed, but for most of us who averaged two to three inches of snow the next day, we start at 4 p.m. We make it a very cold start on early Saturday if it’s not that far you are going out for an early morning run or you have something to do to make a cold start first, but Sunday we are up to 38 and Monday start we rain the day, but it ends pretty early and then brings this warmth to UP ELENA LOVE THE SOUND OF WARM UP. THANK YOU RANDY A.

More Snow for Cincinnati: What to Expect

Updated: 6:12 am EST February 18, 2021

The accumulated snow arrived in Cincinnati late Wednesday evening and is expected to continue through Thursday afternoon. LIVE RADAR // CLOSURES & DELAYS // WEATHER WARNINGS A winter weather recommendation has now been expanded to include most of the greater Cincinnati area including the subway. HOURLY HOURLY PASSES: When snow hits, leave Cincinnati. A larger snow line has arrived in the night hours. During the whole day on Thursday – no matter where you are – pockets of snow slide over the area. Any of them could shed a buildup in our cold temperatures. This will last until Thursday afternoon and taper on Thursday evening. While most cities take in between 1 and 3 inches of snow, the potential for 2 to 4 inches of snow is southeast of Cincinnati. Additionally, portions of southern Adams County and Kentucky Counties of Bracken, Mason, and Robertson could have an icy glaze. The roads become snow-covered and slippery again. Temperatures tonight will drop to around 20, with Thursday highs in the top 20s. Thursday night’s lows hit middle teens. On Friday the clouds linger all day before the arctic air arrives in the clear sky on Friday evening. The lows are likely to fall close to and even below zero in some areas. Sunshine will return on Saturday as it stays cold with highs near 30. Saturday night will stay very cold with lows in the upper teens.

The accumulated snow arrived in Cincinnati late Wednesday evening and is expected to continue through Thursday afternoon.

LIVE RADAR // // CLOSURES & DELAYS // // WEATHER WARNINGS

A winter weather report has now been expanded to include most of the greater Cincinnati area including the subway.

HOURLY HOURLY PASSES: When snow hits, leave Cincinnati

A more significant snow line came in during the night. During the whole day on Thursday – no matter where you are – pockets of snow slide over the area. Any of them could shed a buildup in our cold temperatures. This will last until Thursday afternoon and taper on Thursday evening.

While most cities take in between 1 and 3 inches of snow, the potential for 2 to 4 inches of snow is southeast of Cincinnati. Additionally, portions of southern Adams County and Kentucky Counties of Bracken, Mason, and Robertson could see an icy glaze.

The roads become snow-covered and slippery again. Temperatures tonight will drop to around 20, with Thursday highs in the top 20s. Thursday night’s lows hit middle teens.

On Friday the clouds linger all day before the arctic air arrives in the clear sky on Friday evening. The lows are likely to fall close to and even below zero in some areas. Sunshine will return on Saturday as it stays cold with highs near 30. Saturday night will stay very cold with lows in the upper teens.