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Not finished yet: Another round of wintry weather targets the Cincinnati area

Updated: 5:49 PM EST February 16, 2021

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SNOW MOVING IN HERE THE NEXT DAY. KEVIN: You guys talked about the Texas cold. SOME OF THE COLDEST TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN SEEN IN OVER 70 YEARS TALES. We didn’t have any extremely cold weather, but we certainly had the harsh winter weather from late on. NOW OUTSIDE WE STILL HAVE FOCAL POINTS AND SNOW SHOWERS PRIMARY TO THE SOUTH AND EAST OF INTERSTATE 71. THEY ARE NOT TOO MUCH AND YOU MAY TURN OFF LATER THAT NIGHT. BUT NOW, FROM AMELIA TO WILLIAMSBURG, WE HAVE FOCAL POINTS AND SNOW SHOWERS, ALSO THROUGH PARTS OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY, YOU CAN THEM BY PART OF YOUR OWN AND IN GRANT COUNTIES, TO THE WEST OF DRUSY ROUGHIV, BURG. FLURH. AND WI . NOTHING OF REAL CONSEQUENCES. MORE NUISANCE THAN ANYTHING ELSE. I guess I could take a more permanent shower to sort out a light somewhere in the area, but it won’t be much. I am more concerned about a shovel worth the snow starting early tomorrow and going into Thursday. THAT’S TRUE. NOW IT’S LOOKING AT HOW THE THURSDAY COMMUTE FROM WINTER WEATHER COULD AFFECT THE TRI-STATE. NOW, TEMPERATURE MOMENT – AT THE MOMENT WE HAVE A WINTER STORM THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE LARGER METRO CINCINNATI AREA. IT COAST CONTAINS THE EXTREME SOUTH EAST COMMUNITIES. ADAMS COUNTY, EG AND BACK TO MASON AND ROBERTSON COUNTIES, BACK TO MAYSVILLE. IT IS FULLY POSSIBLE THAT WE MAY EXTEND OR KEEP THE WATCH. NOW THAT SPEAKS IN CONFIDENCE WHAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT AMOUNTS. AND I CAN TELL YOU THE TRUST IS NOW LOW TO MAKE THE SNOWFALL AMOUNTS MEDIUM. I know we are 24 hours away, you’d better hope, but when we saw yesterday that this winter pattern, the computer models really had problems how to cope with this cold air, confidence is pretty high. I think, or at least mediocre, that in the tri-state there is not only in CINCINNATI, but in the WLWT field of vision. We’re seeing 1 to 3 inches of snow and I think there is little danger THEY COULD GET MORE THAN 3 INCHES, ESPECIALLY OUR SOUTHERN AND ALLIES. WE WILL NOT TALK ANY SPECIFIC AMOUNTS WITH THIS SAY, BECAUSE IT WILL ONLY BE IN THE AIR AT THAT TIME. NOW, LET’S TALK ABOUT THE COLD AND THE WINDCHILLS BECAUSE BOY, THESE WINDCHILLS STAY HERE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND WITH THE SKY TRYING TO CLEAR TODAY, YOU MAY REALLY BE STAYING TODAY. WE HAVE THE BEAUTIFUL FRESH SNOW PACKAGE ON THE FLOOR AND WE TRY TO SEE SOME CLEANING. I suspect that the clouds might linger a little longer here than expected. We’ll see how that works out. MORE CLOUDS, ONE MILLER NIGHT. WE DELETE COMPLETELY. IT GETS VERY COLD WHEN IT’S NOT ALREADY. 19 IN BATAVIA. 20 LOVELAND. 20 IN HAMILTON. 17 IN BATESVILLE. WATCH DRY RIDGE, BROOKSVILLE, ONLY AT 5PM TODAY IT’S A FRIGID FEBRUARY AFTERNOON. GO THROUGH FUTURE CAST. AGAIN I THINK that tonight we’ll hold some clouds through the night. IF WE CAN CLEAR CLOUDS FOR A PERIOD, LIGHT WINDS AND THAT SNOW ON THE GROUND, WE WILL MAKE A RUN FOR ZERO. IF NOT, I THINK WE KEEP TEMPERATURES MIDDLE IN ORDER TO TOP SINGLE POINTS. NOT VERY WARM. HERE WE GO. A NICE, QUIET MORNING AS WE SEE CLOUDS ON THE ELEVATION ALL DAY. SO YOUR COMMUTES WILL BE FINE TOMORROW. The morning and evening are fine. IT STARTS THURSDAY MORNING, SEE WHAT HAPPENS HERE BEFORE THE SUN COMES A FAST SNOW DRIVE INTO THE TRI-STATE. I think the entire viewing area would have an impact at this point, and that it means that Thursday morning commutation could potentially be problematic. The trail is still far from definite, so exactly the extent of the snow is difficult, but for now, let’s at least all of us see a small part on Thursday morning and affect your Thursday morning tomorrow evening and probably SOME WINTER WEATHER IN THE AREA as well . We’re still trying to tweak the details as we’ll be right on that fence again with this storm system. SO TODAY, MOSTLY CLOUDY, VERY COLD. WATCH FOR SLICK SPOTS. We’ll drop to around 8. Tomorrow, mostly cloudy, still cold. SNOW AT NIGHT. DETERMINES A POSSIBILITY. 24. HERE’S A LOOK AT YOUR DAILY PLANNER FOR YOUR THURSDAY. Start in your teens and only wind up in your mid 20s. YOUR SEVEN-DAY FORECAST SHAKES LIKE THIS. Fortunately, MIKE AND SHEREE, AFTER THIS THURSDAY SYSTEM, THERE ARE CLEAR SIGNS THAT WE ARE FINALLY BREAKING OUT OF THIS ARCTIC AIR MASS AND COMING BACK, WHAT MAY BE TIPS FOR SPRING NEXT WEEK

Not finished yet: Another round of wintry weather targets the Cincinnati area

Updated: 5:49 PM EST February 16, 2021

We are not finished yet. Another round of wintry weather is targeting Cincinnati, which is expected to affect the area Wednesday night through Thursday. Although the details have not yet been finalized, there is growing confidence that many in the region could accumulate more snow on Thursday. LIVE RADAR // CLOSURES & DELAYS // WEATHER WARNINGS Tuesday evening there are still storms, but they should stop this evening. Gusty winds and mostly cloudy skies will linger with highs in the low 20s and lows in the single digits on Tuesday night. If the sky can clear completely and with light winds, some areas may run at zero degrees or possibly even sink below. Snow totals: This is how much snow communities have received so far. Wednesday afternoons are mostly calm, and clouds form all over the day. The morning and evening commuting shouldn’t be a problem. From late Wednesday until Thursday morning, however, a snow wave comes. Thursday morning commutes could be problematic: “It looks like Thursday’s commute may be affected by winter weather across the state,” said WLWT meteorologist Kevin Robinson. There is currently a winter storm clock for the extreme southeastern counties in the region, such as Adams in Ohio and Mason and Robertson in Kentucky. “It is entirely possible that we will be able to expand this clock over time or see a clue for the rest of the area. I don’t think the snow is limited to these southeastern counties at this point. “Confidence in snowfall amounts is low to medium right now,” said Robinson, as things could change slightly in the coming hours. “I know we’re gone 24 hours and you’d hope for better. But as we saw with this winter pattern yesterday, computer models have trouble clinging to that cold air, ”said Robinson. In the tri-state, some were able to see 1 to 3 inches of snow in some areas and parts of the southeast could see more, Robinson said. There is still much to be found out before these numbers are final, and the route is far from certain. “We’re still trying to fine-tune the details because with this storm system we’re going to be right on that fence again. We’re finally getting close to freezing again on Saturday, with some sunshine and highs around the 30s, expect some rain showers on Sunday with highs in our top 30s and possibly until Monday 40, when our bout of arctic cold comes to an end next week.

We are not finished yet. Another round of wintry weather is targeting Cincinnati, which is expected to affect the area Wednesday night through Thursday.

Although the details have not yet been finalized, there is growing confidence that many in the region could see more snow on Thursday.

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

The storms will continue on Tuesday evening, but should be turned off this evening. Gusty winds and mostly cloudy skies will linger with highs in the low 20s and lows in the single digits on Tuesday night. If the sky can become completely clear in a clear wind, some areas may run at zero degrees or possibly even sink below it.

Snow Totals: Here’s how much snow communities have received so far

Wednesday afternoons are mostly calm, and clouds form throughout the day. The morning and evening commuting shouldn’t be a problem.

But from late Wednesday until Thursday morning there is a snow wave. The Thursday morning commute could be problematic.

“It looks like Thursday’s shuttles could be affected by winter weather across the state,” said WLWT meteorologist Kevin Robinson.

There is currently a winter storm clock for the extreme southeastern counties in the region, such as Adams in Ohio and Mason and Robertson in Kentucky.

“It is entirely possible that we will expand this clock over time or receive an indication for the rest of the region. I don’t think the snow is limited to these southeastern counties at this point. “

Confidence in the amount of snowfall is currently low to medium, Robinson said, as things could change slightly in the coming hours.

“I know we are 24 hours away and you would hope for better. But as we saw with this winter pattern yesterday, computer models have trouble clinging to that cold air, ”said Robinson.

In the tri-state, some might see 1 to 3 inches of snow in some areas, and parts to the southeast might see more, Robinson said. There is still much to be found out before these numbers are final, and the route is far from certain.

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“We’re still trying to fine-tune the details as we’ll be right back on that fence with this storm system,” he said.

We’re finally getting close to freezing again on Saturday, with some sunshine and highs around the 30. Expect some rain showers on Sunday with highs in the top 30’s and possibly until Monday 40 when our arctic cold comes to an end next week.