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Light snowfall creates some slick spots across the Tri-State

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The National Weather Service has cancelled the Winter Weather Advisory that was issued for parts of the Tri-State. Conditions have improved as snow tapered to flurries and most of the roads are just wet. 

However, road conditions there were some slick spots in parts of the area Tuesday morning. Most of the snow has passed but a light, freezing drizzle combined with temperatures in the low 30's could lead to black ice or standing water on the roadways. The interstates and main highways are clear, but some side streets are snow-covered. Motorists should use caution, especially on bridges and overpasses.

According to the National Weather Service, snow totals for this latest round of precipitation included 2.0 inches in Aurora; 1.5 inches in Florence; 1.5 inches in Oxford; 0.9 inches in Liberty Township; 1.7 inches in Cincinnati; 1.0 inch in Madeira; and 0.5 inches in Lebanon.

The FOX19 Weather Team is tracking a large storm that will get here on Christmas Eve. Stay up to date with the latest forecast by visiting www.fox19.com/weather. And don't forget to sign up for text alerts directly to your phone.

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