First Alert Weather Day Tuesday: Watch for slick spots, wind chills in teens
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - The FOX19 NOW Weather Team has declared Tuesday a FOX19 NOW First Alert Weather Day.
Isolated pockets of snow bursts moved through earlier Tuesday morning, bringing some slick spots, mainly north of Cincinnati, says Meteorologist Frank Marzullo.
Temperatures have been below normal with wind chills in the teens.
A Winter Weather Advisory for most of the Tri-State ended at 10 a.m.
We may see some sunshine Tuesday afternoon but it will remain chilly with a high of 40, according to the FOX19 NOW Weather Team.
Northbound Interstate 71 was closed near Wilmington for more than an hour due to multiple crashes in snowy conditions, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Lebanon post.
The Wilmington area saw some of the heaviest snow. Wilmington schools delayed the start of classes by two hours.
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Wednesday will bring plenty of sunshine and a high of 46.
We will be dry until Thursday and Friday when we see a chance for rain showers.
It will be warm these days with highs in the 50s and 60s.
St. Patrick’s Day on Friday is expected to be a wet one.
It will be cooler this weekend but dry with highs in the 40s.
The morning hours will be cold with lows in the 20s.
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