CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Communities in the Cincinnati-area remain under snow emergencies or advisories following Monday’s snow, sleet, and ice.
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Adams County: Level 2 snow emergency. Travel is discouraged.
Butler County: Level 1 snow emergency. Motorists are urged to drive very cautiously.
Cheviot: Vehicles are asked to stay off the roads and not park on the street through 10 p.m. Tuesday
Clinton County: Level 1 Winter Weather Advisory.
Hamilton County: All snow alerts have been canceled.
City of Madeira: The city says no on-street parking will be allowed starting Monday at 6 a.m. until 6 a.m. Wednesday. Vehicles parked on the street during those hours could get a citation and be towed.
Mariemont: Snow Emergency issued by Mayor William Brown. The mayor asks all village residents to use off-street parking if possible.
Miami Township: Snow emergency in effect until Township declares otherwise
Milford: Municipal Snow Emergency. The city says unnecessary travel is discouraged.
City of Monroe: Snow emergency effective 10 p.m. on Feb. 14
City of Mt. Healthy: Snow emergency effective 9 a.m. Feb. 15- 9 a.m. Feb. 17
City of North College Hill: Snow Emergency goes into effect at 12 p.m. Vehicles need to be moved off the following streets: West Galbraith, Simpson, Betts, Savannah, Parrish, Laboiteaux, Bising, Centerridge, Clovernoll, Northridge, Southridge.
Oxford: Snow emergency canceled.
City of Reading: Snow emergency canceled.
Springfield Township: Snow emergency lifted.
Symmes Township: Snow Emergency in effect until 12 p.m. Tuesday.
Boone County: Snow emergency rescinded
Bracken County: Level 2 Snow Emergency. Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow/ice. Only those who feel it necessary to drive should be out on the roads.
Campbell County: Level 1 Snow Emergency. Cautious driving is advised.
City of Crestview Hills: Snow emergency effective 2 a.m. Feb. 15- 12 p.m. Feb. 16.
City of Covington: Covington Mayor Joe Meyer has declared a formal “Snow Emergency” starting at 10 p.m. in the city. With heavy snow expected overnight, residents who can get their vehicles off the street should do so – especially on heavily traveled thoroughfares.
Dry Ridge: Level 2 Snow Emergency.
Edgewood: Snow emergency effective 4 p.m. on Feb. 14.
Elsmere: Snow emergency in effect. All vehicles parked on designated snow emergency streets must be moved. Vehicles are permitted during a snow emergency to be parked on unpaved surfaces. Residents have the option to move vehicles immediately if more convenient for their schedule.”
City of Florence: Snow emergency within the city limits as of 3 p.m., Monday, Feb. 15. It will remain in effect for 24 hours. Residents should remove vehicles parked on the street to allow crews to more effectively clear snow from the street.
Fort Wright: Snow Emergency starts at 3 p.m. and ends on Tuesday at 3 p.m.
Fort Mitchell: Snow emergency lifted.
Grant County: Level 2 Snow Emergency. Roadways are hazardous with blowing and/or drifting snow, and roadways may be icy. Only motorists whose travel is necessary should be on the roadways.
Kenton County: Level 1 Snow Emergency. It is effective until rescinded.
City of Lakeside Park: Level 2 Snow Emergency Declared. “All vehicles must be removed from the City Streets by 11:00 p.m. on February 14, 2021,″ officials said.
City of Silver Grove: Snow emergency declared
City of Taylor Mill: Level 2 Snow Emergency. Officials say the emergency will remain in effect until further notice.
Villa Hills and Crescent Springs: “Due to the uncertainty of the specific amount and duration of the winter weather and for the continuous potential for inclement weather throughout the upcoming week, this snow emergency shall remain in effect until rescinded by the mayors of the cities, the Chief of Police, or the designee.”
Southgate: Snow emergency canceled.
Dearborn County: Yellow travel advisory. The lowest level of the local travel advisory means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation, and individuals should use caution or avoid those areas.
Franklin County: Yellow travel advisory.
Ripley County: Yellow travel advisory.
Union County: Yellow travel advisory.
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