100+ schools delayed, closed Thursday after winter storm brings additional snow to Tri-State


100+ schools delayed, closed Thursday after winter storm brings additional snow to Tri-State

A mixture of snow and freezing rain moved into the Cincinnati area Wednesday afternoon, dropping a quick 2 inches of snow on most areas during the evening commute.Many roads remained snow-covered throughout Wednesday evening, as hundreds of transportation crews worked to clear major roadways. More than 100 schools in the Tri-State have decided to either delay or close Thursday.LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // SCHOOL, BUSINESS CLOSINGSIn addition to small batches of snow throughout the evening, there may be a potential for freezing drizzle throughout Greater Cincinnati that could put down a thin glaze of ice for everyone. Drivers should continue to watch for slick spots Thursday morning.While we’ve seen the heaviest and the fastest of the accumulating snow, there will still be lingering light snowfall overnight into Thursday.Cincinnati will get a break from the busy weather Friday into Saturday before another potent storm arrives Saturday night and into Valentine’s Day.This could also be accompanied by the brutal cold we have been watching with highs in the teens Sunday and below zero for lows by Sunday night.Details of this system are still being worked out, but it could bring with it more accumulating snow. Stay tuned.

A mixture of snow and freezing rain moved into the Cincinnati area Wednesday afternoon, dropping a quick 2 inches of snow on most areas during the evening commute.

Many roads remained snow-covered throughout Wednesday evening, as hundreds of transportation crews worked to clear major roadways.

More than 100 schools in the Tri-State have decided to either delay or close Thursday.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // SCHOOL, BUSINESS CLOSINGS

In addition to small batches of snow throughout the evening, there may be a potential for freezing drizzle throughout Greater Cincinnati that could put down a thin glaze of ice for everyone. Drivers should continue to watch for slick spots Thursday morning.

While we’ve seen the heaviest and the fastest of the accumulating snow, there will still be lingering light snowfall overnight into Thursday.

Cincinnati will get a break from the busy weather Friday into Saturday before another potent storm arrives Saturday night and into Valentine’s Day.

This could also be accompanied by the brutal cold we have been watching with highs in the teens Sunday and below zero for lows by Sunday night.

Details of this system are still being worked out, but it could bring with it more accumulating snow. Stay tuned.


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