The following are snowfall totals from the National Weather Service for the storm on Dec. 29: Indiana Osgood - 1.5 inches at 11:30 p.m. Milan - 1. 0 inch at 11:30 p.m. Kentucky Williamstown - 1.5Full Story >
The following are unofficial snowfall totals from the National Weather Service for the storm on Dec. 29: Full Story >
More than one hundred city of Cincinnati road crew workers were on the streets with salt trucks and snow plows, ahead of Friday night's snowfall. "They'll work 12 hours, and they'll be relieved in theFull Story >
Road crews across the Tri-State plan to work around the clock to salt streets ahead of Friday nights storm.Full Story >
The City of Madeira declared a snow emergency with predicted snow in the forecast. The Greater Cincinnati area is expected to receive 2-4" of snow, beginning late Friday evening. The snow emergencyFull Story >
The cities of Madeira, Taylor Mill, Erlanger, Lakeside Park, Independence and Crescent Springs, KY have all declared snow emergencies, beginning Friday evening. Full Story >
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet geared up for another round of winter weather on Friday. Daytime crews worked through the afternoon and into the evening to treat roads with salt, in anticipation ofFull Story >
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet geared up for another round of winter weather on Friday.Full Story >
Snowfall means big business for the Perfect North Slopes in Lawrenceburg. Skiiers, snowboarders and tubers turned out early on Friday to enjoy the fresh snow from earlier this week. With a second roundFull Story >
Skiers, snowboarders and tubers turned out early on Friday to enjoy the fresh snow from earlier this week.Full Story >
Kenton County has declared a Level 1 snow emergency, beginning on Friday at 8 p.m. Most of the FOX19 viewing area is expected to see around 3-5" of snow accumulation, beginning late Friday evening intoFull Story >
Kenton County has declared a Level 1 snow emergency, beginning on Friday at 8 p.m.Full Story >
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
Our steady snow has now tapered.
We can expect some flurries and scattered, light snow showers this afternoon but accumulation has now ended.
Temperatures are working in our favor and most areas are around the 30° mark, allowing road treatments to work well.
Side roads and residential streets are still a bit snow covered, but even they're not too bad, as the wet snow melts quickly.
Expect a high of only 34 degrees so the snow will not melt, and then much colder, around 26 degrees for a high on Bengals Sunday!