Schools closed, delayed Monday after snow blankets communities across Cincinnati

LIST: Schools closed, delayed Monday after snow blankets communities across Cincinnati



STEVEN: 5:47 ON YOUR VICTORY MONDAY. KELLY: SNOW STILL FALLING BUT NOT NEARLY WHAT WE SAW YESTERDAY. RANDI IS GIVING US THE DETAILS. RANDI: LET’S CALL IT CONFETTI. WE HAVE GOT FLURRIES, SNOW SHOWERS HE NOT IMPACTS YOU THIS MORNING. THE ROADS ARE WET. WATCH FOR IMPACTS ON SLICK SURFACES. SNOW STARTS TO THE NORTH AND WEST, FEEDS TO THE SOUTH AND EAST. THIS IS LIKELY TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE MORNING RUSH, FADING BY MORNING. . THE 275 LOOP. WE HAVE GOT FLURRIES DOWN THROUGH HIGHLAND HEIGHTS. FURTHER SOUTH, I HAVE BEEN WATCHING THIS BAND OF SNOW SHOWERS THAT COULD TOSS THEM WHITE COATING ON A — UNCLEARED CLEARED SURFACES. IT IS APPROACHING RICHMOND AND MOSCOW RIGHT NOW. AND TO THE NORTH, YOU WILL NOTICE SNOW SHOWERS ACROSS WARREN COUNTY BEEN A MATTER WHERE YOU ARE, CHANCES ARE GOOD YOU WILL STILL DEAL WITH FLURRIES FOR THE NEXT FEW HOURS. THEY FAINTED CLOSER TO 10:00 AND 11:00 AM WEDNESDAY MORNING, WE WILL HAVE SOME ISSUES WITH A SYSTEM THAT IS MOVING IN IN THOSE PREDAWN HOURS, THE ONE LIKELY TO IMPACT THE TRAVEL TO WORK AND SCHOOL WEDNESDAY. FOR TODAY, LINGERING FLURRIES PRINT IT WILL FEEL LIKE THE 20’S. TOMORROW, THINGS ARE QUIET, CLOUDY BUT DRY. SNOW RETURNS LATE TUESDAY NIGHT AND GETS GOING RIGHT BEFORE THE MORNING RUSH ON WEDNESDAY. THAT IS A WEATHER IMPACT DAY. I ANTICIPATE POTENTIAL FOR RELATION FOR RUSH HOUR. SNOW INTO START BRIEFLY — SNOW TO START BRIEFLY IN SOME COUNTIES, BRIEFLY CHANGING TO RAIN AND BACK TO SNOW BY WEDNESDAY EVENING. TODAY, EXPECT FLURRIES AND IT WILL FEEL LIKE THE 20’S. FUTURECAST TRANSFERS MOVING OUT FROM THE SKIES CLEARED OUT OVERNIGHT. WE START TOMORROW MORNING IN THE 20’S. TUESDAY IS DRY BUT WATCH TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY. THIS WILL ARRIVE 3:00 OR 4:00. AS IT MOVES IN, WE HAVE GOT A STEADY SNOW GOING BY 3:00 OR 4:00 AM THIS IS COMING DOWN PRETTY GOOD IN THOSE PREDAWN HOURS. TIMING WISE, THIS IS ENOUGH TO MESS UP THE COMMUTE WEDNESDAY MORNING. LATE MORNING, THERE IS A CHANGEOVER TO RAIN FOR SOME BUT NOT ALL OF THE AREA. NORTHWESTERN COMMUNITY IS LIKELY TO STAY SOBER BY EVENING, TRANSITIONING BACK TO SNOW WAS ADDITIONAL SNOW SHOWERS. LIKELY TO GET A COMMISSION WEDNESDAY INTO IMPACT THAT LEARNING FOR SURE AND TODAY, FLURRIES AND 35. TOMORROW, 42. WE COULD HAVE A COUPLE INCHES OF ACCUMULATION BEFORE THE TRANSITION TO RAIN. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FLURRIES AND SNOW SHOWE

LIST: Schools closed, delayed Monday after snow blankets communities across Cincinnati

Several schools are closed or delayed Monday after snow showers dropped several inches across Cincinnati. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // CLOSINGS AND DELAYS After overachieving, many areas are left with 4″-6″ of snow coating the ground! Now, as we head through this evening and tonight, snow continues to move out with isolated pockets of snow showers and flurries hanging around at times. Temperatures stay in the lower-30s through tonight with some areas dropping below freezing, so watch bridges/overpasses. Clouds will be stubborn on Monday which will cap our highs in the upper 30s and lows in the mid-20s Monday night as skies begin to clear again. Quiet weather stays around for Tuesday as well with temperatures around 40 degrees. Another powerful storm will begin to impact our area Wednesday. Stay tuned, because this looks like a well-organized storm that could bring either rain or accumulating snow (or a combination of both).

Several schools are closed or delayed Monday after snow showers dropped several inches across Cincinnati.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // CLOSINGS AND DELAYS

After overachieving, many areas are left with 4″-6″ of snow coating the ground! Now, as we head through this evening and tonight, snow continues to move out with isolated pockets of snow showers and flurries hanging around at times.

Temperatures stay in the lower-30s through tonight with some areas dropping below freezing, so watch bridges/overpasses.

Clouds will be stubborn on Monday which will cap our highs in the upper 30s and lows in the mid-20s Monday night as skies begin to clear again. Quiet weather stays around for Tuesday as well with temperatures around 40 degrees.

Another powerful storm will begin to impact our area Wednesday. Stay tuned, because this looks like a well-organized storm that could bring either rain or accumulating snow (or a combination of both).

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