Snowmobiles, snowboarding and polar wonderlands in Larger Cincinnati’s newest winter storm

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No matter where you were in the greater Cincinnati area, you were probably talking about the wild Wednesday winter whale. Many not only spoke, but got out and recorded him on camera. Some people took a snowmobile on the roads of Dry Ridge. At one point, fire trucks and a bus on Glenway Avenue were struggling to get up a slippery hill when a blizzard-like explosion of winter weather hit the greater Cincinnati area. Some people helped a buddy get his car up a snowy hill down Kemper Lane. The snow made it difficult to get traction. In Amelia, Stephanie found that the snow fell quickly and covered the ground in no time. All of the powder created a pure white landscape as Greg Deerberg drove along Oxford Pike. Meanwhile, in Dry Ridge, several people have put a snowmobile on the road. They said they would get out to play on this rare occasion and a snowmobile is not seen on the road every day. The streets were just as covered as Covington, but no snowmobiles on the celle streets caught flakes falling faster than the crews could keep up. In the spirit of Kentucky, someone else was caught on camera skiing the streets of Southgate. In Alexandria, Kip F. captured a scene that was perfect for the kids when a backyard turned into one. Carly hiked in the same zip code, wandering snow-covered roads that looked treacherous for travel. The same goes for Maysville, where it wasn’t all about snow, but ice that Mike Mayfield found on his car. Even hours after the first flakes, snowmobile rides and skis on the roads, drivers still found the cold highways untidy and that made a long drive home possible. There were lots of videos and photos of people trapped in the snow by a surgeon with donor organs at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in the middle of the storm. WLWT has requested a video from the police showing the snow-covered journey to bring the lungs of a patient in need. The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital declined to comment.

No matter where you were in the greater Cincinnati area, you were probably talking about the wild Wednesday-winter wallop.

Many not only talked, but got out and recorded it on camera.

Some people rode a snowmobile on the roads of Dry Ridge.

At one point, fire trucks and a bus on Glenway Avenue were struggling to climb a slippery hill when a blizzard-like explosion of winter weather hit the greater Cincinnati area.

Some people were helping a buddy get his car up a snow-covered hill along Kemper Lane.

The snow made it difficult to get traction.

In Amelia, Stephanie found that the snow fell quickly and covered the ground in no time.

All the powder created a pure white landscape as Greg Deerberg drove down Oxford Pike.

Meanwhile, several men drove a snowmobile onto the road in Dry Ridge.

They said they would get out to play on this rare occasion, and a snowmobile is not seen on the road every day.

The streets were just as covered as Covington, but no snowmobiles on the streets.

Marcelle caught flakes that were falling faster than the crews could keep up.

In the spirit of Kentucky, someone else was caught on camera skiing the streets of Southgate.

In Alexandria, Kip F. captured a scene perfect for the kids when a backyard turned into a polar playground.

Carly stayed in the same zip code, wandering snow-covered roads that looked treacherous for travel.

The same goes for Maysville, where it wasn’t just about snow, but ice that Mike Mayfield found on his car.

Even hours after the first flakes, snowmobile rides, and skis on the streets, drivers still found the cold highways untidy, and that made for a long drive home.

There were lots of videos and photos that people caught in the snow.

Cincinnati police said officials escorted a surgeon with donor organs to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in the middle of the storm.

WLWT has requested a video from the police showing this snow-covered journey to bring the lungs of a patient in need.

The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital declined to comment.