CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet, rain and snow moving through the Tri-State this morning prompted some Northern Kentucky communities to issue snow emergencies.
Here is the most current list:
- Due to the threat of inclement weather during the overnight hours, the City of Edgewood has declared a snow emergency effective 11:00 PM on February 6 until further notice. All vehicles are to be removed from city streets to allow road crews to treat them.
- All vehicles parked on designated snow emergency streets must be removed beginning 11 p.m. on Feb. 6. Residents on non-snow emergency streets are also encouraged to move their vehicles until snow plowing has been completed.
- Drivers should use extreme caution when traveling the roadways. Residents are asked to remove all vehicles from city streets. Wednesday's Snow Emergency will remain in place until the weather and/or road conditions improve.
- During Snow Emergencies, where snowfall accumulation is 2 inches or greater, no vehicle may be parked and no person, corporation, partnership, joint venture, unincorporated association, or any combination thereof may park or permit any vehicle to be parked upon any public road right of way.
- Please remove all vehicles from the streets by midnight on Feb. 6.
- Snow emergency effective 10 p.m. on Feb. 6.
- All vehicles need to be removed from the streets Wednesday, as they will be subject to citations and/or impound.
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