Extra accumulating snow for Cincinnati space: What to anticipate

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Even more snow is piling up along the trail, which is expected to enter Cincinnati late Wednesday and linger until Thursday afternoon. Wednesday starts bitterly cold. In fact, Cincinnati started the day in some of the coldest temperatures in nearly two years. Wednesday morning lows were in the single digits and some cities briefly fell below zero. LIVE RADAR // CLOSURES & DELAYS // WEATHER WARNING Temperatures have recovered somewhat since then, and Wednesday’s high will be between 22 and 24 degrees for most. The clouds will thicken before Cincinnati’s next round of snow. A winter storm recommendation is currently in place for areas along and southeast of Interstate 71. However, snow will accumulate in most communities, including those not included in the recommendation. The advisory will take effect at 7:00 p.m., but the snow will not be drawn in until 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday or midnight. HOURLY HOURLY PASSES: When snow arrives, leave Cincinnati. A larger line of snow arrives 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 absorb between 1 and 2 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. It stays cold but dry for Friday and Saturday with highs in the 20s. But the good news is that a big thaw is ahead of the way. Temperatures will climb into the 40s through Sunday and Monday will flirt with temperatures close to 50 degrees. There is a chance of rain on both days.

Even more snow is piling up along the trail, which is expected to enter Cincinnati late Wednesday and linger until Thursday afternoon.

Wednesday starts bitterly cold. In fact, Cincinnati started the day in some of the coldest temperatures in nearly two years. Wednesday morning lows were in the single digits and some cities briefly fell below zero.

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

Temperatures have since recovered somewhat and Wednesday’s high will be between 22 and 24 degrees for most.

The clouds will thicken before Cincinnati’s next round of snow.

A winter storm recommendation is currently in place for areas along and southeast of Interstate 71. However, snow will accumulate in most communities, including those not included in the recommendation.

The advisory will take effect at 7:00 p.m., but the snow will not be drawn in until 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday or midnight.

HOURLY HOURLY PASSES: When snow hits, leave Cincinnati

A larger snow line will arrive 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 absorb between 1 and 2 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.

It stays cold but dry for Friday and Saturday with highs in the 20s.

But the good news is that a major thaw is on the way. Temperatures will climb into the 40s through Sunday and Monday will flirt with temperatures close to 50 degrees. There is a chance of rain on both days.