Arctic air has pushed into the region now that record-breaking snow has moved out. How far into the deep freeze will we go before we temperatures return to the 30s? Tune in at 6 a.m. for the updated forecast from meteorologist Frank Marzullo.
Stories you missed overnight and ones you can watch today on FOX19 NOW Morning News:
Road crews in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are struggling to clear snow and ice from streets. Tune at 6 a.m. for the team coverage on your morning commute. Reporter Megan O'Rourke is monitoring conditions on the west side of Cincinnati. Reporter Jessica Brown is talking with road crews at the city salt dome in Camp Washington. Reporter Miranda Del Pozo is out Walton, and reporter Shawn Lanier is driving around in our Storm Tracker vehicle.
Most school districts are shut down today due to the weather. Check out complete, updated list.
You won't want to miss today's guests:
How can your student land that big college scholarship? Be sure to watch at 8:10 a.m. when Robert McDermott with Kentucky Higher Education goes over tips and provides details on an upcoming financial aid workshop.
Did you get engaged over Valentine's Day weekend? Tune in at 8:15 am. Stacey Shiring from Reading Bridal District is here with Wedding Planning 101: The first five things you need to do.
It's Fat Tuesday! That means you can eat all you want of everything you want ahead of Ash Wednesday. Be sure to watch at 9:35 a.m. for Mardi Gras-inspired recipes when Chef Jay of Happy Chef Caterers prepares crawfish broil, cheesy grits with cajun shrimp and garlic sauce, crab cakes and chocolate brownies.
All this and more on FOX19 NOW Morning News.
Have a great day!
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