(FOX19) - Heavy rain with some thunder is on the way for the evening and overnight until about 2 a.m.
North of the immediate Cincinnati metro area in the counties roughly north if Interstate 71 and I-275, icing will continue. Heavy rains may bring some small stream and urban flooding.
Temperatures at 10 p.m. will range from 55° just north of Lexington to around 30° south of Dayton. By dawn, everyone will be around 30° and temperatures will then fall into the low 20s by 5 p.m. with a few snow showers during the day. Snow showers will come to an end Wednesday morning, right after sunrise, with little accumulation expected.
Several counties are urging residents to be cautious and have issued Winter Weather Advisories or Winter Storm Warnings.
Butler County is now on a Level 1 Snow Emergency.
Union County, Indiana has issued a Level 3 Snow Emergency for Tuesday due to the weather conditions.
Franklin County, Indiana has issued a Level 2 Snow (Travel) Emergency for Tuesday due to icy roads and numerous slide-offs.
Dearborn County and Fayette County, Indiana have issued a Level 1 Travel Advisory, meaning roads are hazardous and motorists should use caution.
Several schools are delayed or closed. Click here for a complete list. The Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Airport is also reporting over 250 flights to and from the airport have been cancelled due to the weather here and across the nation.
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