Friday, December 21 2012 12:03 AM EST2012-12-21 05:03:11 GMT
Power outages across the Tri-State
Duke Energy reported several power outages in the Tri-State on Thursday evening. As of 6:00 p.m., nearly 3,000 homes were without power in Hamilton County. In Clermont County, 2,400 outages were reportedFull Story >
As of 12:00 a.m., Duke Energy reported over 9,000 power outages in the Tri-State on Thursday evening.Full Story >
Thursday, December 20 2012 5:29 PM EST2012-12-20 22:29:29 GMT
Metro in 2010 winter weather (Source: Metro)
With snow flurries in the forecast, Cincinnati's Metro buses are ready. Officials say detours and delays are possible throughout bus service routes. Passengers can get updated Metro service informationFull Story >
Officials say detours and delays are possible throughout bus service routes. Passengers can get updated Metro service information through several different outlets.Full Story >
Thursday, December 20 2012 1:31 PM EST2012-12-20 18:31:49 GMT
As Ohioans get ready to drive in the first possible winter storm this season, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) warns motorists in Ice and Snow, Take It Slow, especially on interstates and state-maintainedFull Story >
As Ohioans get ready to drive in the first possible winter storm this season, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) warns motorists in Ice and Snow, Take It Slow, especially on interstates and state-maintained highways where speeds are faster and traffic volumes are higher.Full Story >
Light snow showers will continue Friday morning through the early afternoon.
Cold temperatures, combined with howling winds will make it feel bitter cold all day long. Highs today will hold steady in the low 30s, but the wind chills will read in the teens all day long. Winds will be 20-30 mph gusting as high as 50 mph.
As the storm system pushes east, clouds will clear out this evening, making for a very cold Saturday morning, in the low 20s. Sunshine will be around both Saturday and Sunday, with highs in the mid to upper 30s.
A wind advisory remains in effect until 4 p.m. Friday for the entire FOX19 viewing area.
A winter weather advisory is in effect until 10 p.m. for Fayette, Union, Franklin, Butler, Clinton and Warren counties.
Road crews have been out treating roads, but there are some slick spots, especially on elevated roads and bridges. Motorists are advised to use caution and allow extra time for travel.
The high winds have also caused widespread damage and downed trees. About 1,500 Duke Energy customers were without power on Friday morning.
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