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Today's big story is obviously the weather! Click here for updates, photos and video.

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Also making headlines today...

A head-on train crash in Belgium has called at least 18 people. More on that story here.

The government said today that they received new complaints that bring to 34 the total number of alleged deaths in Toyota vehicles due to sudden acceleration since 2000.

 A northern Kentucky man has died after an incident at Red River Gorge.

New information is being released about an Alabama professor who accused of a school shooting. Complete coverage from our sister station in Huntsville.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: An Ohio man has built an elaborate igloo...complete with furniture. More on that here.

Today on the FOX19.com video page: The future of video rental stores and local restaurants celebrate Valentine's Day.

Remember to track the storm with the FOX19 weather page!

Snow continues to fall and will continue through the remainder of the day throughout the Tri-State. We have moved our heaviest snow total line now more south and east meaning some of the heaviest snow will fall in the metro area, that is inside the I-275 Beltway with a healthy 6 inches by 6pm.

 For most of us, with the exception of Northern Warren and Clinton counties you will have just a tad less. Then additional snow into the late evening with 7" a safe bet for Hamilton County and points West. Expect 5 to 6 inches of snow for Northern KY and closer to 5 inches Southeast.

The snow will be quite wet with temperatures in the mid to upper 20's today.

We Continue To Track The Winter Blast on FOX19 and FOX19.com. Look for updates all day on the hour and half hour.

FOX19 Meteorologists Frank Marzullo and Steve Horstmeyer

 

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