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Snow pushes out of Tri-State

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(FOX19) - A Winter Weather Advisory for all counties in the Tri-State has been extended until 7 p.m.

Meteorologist Katy Morgan says our widespread accumulating snow has come to an end. An additional inch or less could be seen throughout the day Wednesday.

Winds picked up Tuesday evening and continue into the day Wednesday, with wind at 15 mph and gusts up to 25 mph at some points, which is causing blowing and drifting snow. For a list of snowfall totals so far, click here.

Several accidents scattered local roads during the Tuesday morning commute, including a few minor school bus accidents. No one was injured in any of the accidents involving school buses. Several accidents were also reported Wednesday morning, as overpasses, bridges, ramps and side roads remained especially slick.

Click here for traffic conditions. Or, you can call 513-333-3333 in Ohio, 1-800-261-ROAD in Indiana and 511 in Kentucky. Metro and TANK are operating, but with some delays and detours. For Metro detours, click here. For TANK detours, click here.

As school closings and delays are reported, we will have them here on FOX19.com. Click here for a list.

Due to the storm in the Tri-State and other cities, over 100 flights to and from the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport were cancelled Tuesday. If you are traveling out of CVG, officials urge that you contact your airline to check on your flight. You can also check your status by clicking here.

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