Fast-moving clipper system brings light snow to parts of Tri-State
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A weak but fast-moving Alberta Clipper system dropped a bit of snow across most of the Tri-State on Sunday.
Metro Cincinnati reports a trace to a dusting, and less than a half-inch fell in the northern suburbs in Butler and Warren counties, according to Meteorologist Catherine Bodak.
Temperatures are in the 30s now, but they are expected to drop to below freezing by 4 p.m., she said.
That means any wet surfaces will freeze, especially parking lots and sidewalks.
The low tonight will fall to 18 with single-digit wind chills.
Another system Monday could bring another chance for snow, most likely again in the northern suburbs. Travel could be impacted again as well.
Northern Kentucky may not see a single flake, according to the latest weather models.
The cold air will keep its grip on the Tri-State until early February. Then, we’re in for a warming trend.
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