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Expect rain to continue this morning with some areas of rain mixed with snow especially North of the City of Cincinnati. We will deal with mainly rain through mid-day but by 3pm we will notice a little more snow mixing in Northern county's. Then by 6pm a snow change over will continue with Snow starting to fly here in the city about 7pm and moving South. Steady snow will continue overnight into Saturday morning.
-SNOW TOTALS BY NOON SATURDAY UP TO 6-8" BUTLER, WARREN AND CLINTON COUNTIES ALONG WITH FRANKLIN, FAYETTE AND UNION IN INDIANA.
-SNOW TOTALS FOR METRO BY NOON SATURDAY 4-5"
-FAR SOUTHERN AREAS (CETRAL BOONE, KENTON AND CAMPBELL AND SOUTHWARD) 2 to 4", With Less Farther South, 1-2".
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FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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