UPDATE: Weather conditions overnight Monday into Tuesday morning worsened, and the Winter Weather Advisory was upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning that expired at 7am.
The Tri-State is seeing anywhere from 5 to 8 inches of snow accumulation. It's the largest snowfall in the Tri-State in at least five years.
The Hamilton County Sheriff has declared a Level 2 Snow Emergency, meaning you should only be driving if it's necessary. A statement from Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey says "due to hazardous driving conditions all roadways in the county have been closed." Butler County is at a Level 1 Snow Emergency, meaning use caution.
Dozens of school districts are closed or are on remote learning. Get the latest closing information here.
Multiple COVID19 vaccination clinics are closed today including one for UC Health in Clifton and Hamilton County Public Health, both at the Board of Elections office in Norwood and at the Evendale Community Center. If you have an appointment today, you'll be contacted for how you can reschedule.
( Cincinnati ) - Road crews have been prepping city streets for the winter storm that's expected to start Monday evening. New members of the staff are set to hit the roads at 7pm to continue pretreating. They'll work through the night to make sure roads stay passable for Tuesday's morning commute.
Unlike the last time when COVID negatively affected the number of drivers available in Cincinnati, this time the Department of Public Services says they'll adjust their staffing and operational plans based on weather conditions.
WCPO 9 Meteorologist Sherry Hughes says to expect several inches of accumulating snow overnight. "It's going to make for some slippery road conditions, no doubt. Especially secondary roads, side streets, and such," Hughes said.