Traffic conditions across the Tri-State are determining Wednesday morning due to a winter storm that's hitting the area. Several accidents are being reported. The worst area is north and east of theFull Story >
Several accidents were reported all over the Tri-State on Wednesday due to a winter storm and icy spots. With temperatures dropping into the overnight hours, driving conditions could worsen going into Thursday morning. Full Story >
A winter shelter opened to its full capacity on Wednesday in Over-the-Rhine. Officials say everyone is welcome at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located at 1528 Race Street, and the shelter is open everyFull Story >
Officials say everyone is welcome at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located at 1528 Race Street, and the shelter is open every night from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m.Full Story >
The following are unofficial observations taken during the past three hours for the storm that has been affecting our region. Brookville, IN - 3 inches at 7:30 a.m. College Corner, IN - 1.8 inches atFull Story >
The following are unofficial observations for the storm that has been affecting the Tri-State: Full Story >
As of 9:15 a.m., all Metro service is operating. One route is on detour due to ice: Rt. 32 Delhi-Price Hill - Off Bender Rd (layover at Mt. St. Joseph). Detours and delays are possible throughout theFull Story >
As of 9:15 a.m., all Metro service is operating. One route is on detour due to ice:Full Story >
Indiana drivers are being told to stay off the roads during the coming winter storm on Wednesday. Indiana State Police said citizens should avoid driving, "unless the trip is absolutely necessary." SeveralFull Story >
The Ripley County Sheriff's Department is investigating an overturned large straight truck on I-74 eastbound at the 153 mile marker, approximately 2 miles east of Batesville. Full Story >
It was a very busy weather day around the Tri-State, and the snowfall pattern the FOX19 Weather Team has been forecasting the past few days finally came to fruition.
The snow & rain line was roughly along the I-71 corridor, and areas to the north and west received the heaviest snow totals. Moving southward and east of the I-71 corridor, it was mostly rain with a little slush either on the ground or on the way.
FOX19 Meteorologist Jeff Creighton says re-freezing will be a problem for drivers late Wednesday night and those headed into work on Thursday morning. Watch for slick spots, especially on bridges and overpasses.
By 6 p.m. Wednesday, most accumulations should have ended, and Thursday looks to be partly cloudy. The temperature will drop into the mid 20s overnight, with a quiet next couple of days.
All watches, warnings and advisories were cancelled by Wednesday night.
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