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Good morning, Tri-State! A major winter storm is barreling down. How much snow will fall? Tune in for details.

A major winter storm is expected to blanket the region with several inches of snow throughout the day. Temperatures as well below freezing with subzero wind chills. Tune in to FOX19 NOW Morning News for the latest forecast from meteorologist Frank Marzullo.

Stories you missed overnight and ones you can watch on FOX19 NOW Morning News:


Reporter Jessica Brown is out in Walton, where snow began falling early this morning. Reporter Shawn Lanier is driving around in our Storm Tracker vehicle. Tune in at 6 a.m. for the latest on road conditions before you head into work and a complete list of closings and delays.

Signatures from a petition drive to try to put the controversial issue of legalizing marijuana on the Ohio ballot will be delivered today to Attorney General Mike DeWine. Tune in at 6 a.m. to see how this impacts our local communities. Reporter Megan O'Rourke is live in Middletown, where one of 10 indoor marijuana grow facilities across the state could crop up if the measure passes.

Wonder what types of stores and restaurants you will be able to shop at and dine in once a new major commercial development opens off Interstate 75 in Liberty Township opens later this year? Tune in at 6 a.m. Reporter Dan Wells is live with new details at Liberty Center.

You won't want to miss today's guests:

It's President's Day! As we celebrate and remember our nation's top leaders, did you know several presidents and candidates have visited Union Terminal right here in Cincinnati? Be sure to watch at 8:10 a.m. Scott Gampfer, director of history collections at Union Terminal, will display photos of these visits and discuss the building's presidential history.

Did you get engaged over the weekend on Valentine's Day? Tune in at 8:15 a.m. Stacey Shiring from the Reading Bridal District is here with Wedding Planning 101. What are the first five things you need to do?

It may be snowing outside, but be sure to watch at 8:45 a.m. for some surf and turf. Chef Gary Davis from Horseshoe Casino will take over the FOX19 NOW Morning News kitchen to show off a po'boy sandwich made of the casino's slow roasted prime rib and fried shrimp.

American students may be the most tested children in the world, taking more than 100 million standardized tests annually. Even good students who are prepared can be derailed by anxiety. Tune in at 9:05 a.m. to see how you can reduce their nervousness. A psychologist from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Stacey Morrison, will give her expert advice.

All this and more on FOX19 NOW Morning News.

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