Dozens of businesses, churches are closed or delayed due to snow

LIST: Dozens of businesses, churches closed or postponed due to snow



IN WASHINGTON. THANKS FOR JOINING US ON THIS SUNDAY. WE WORRY ABOUT WEATHER AND WIND. I KNOW PEOPLE ARE LIKE NO, BUT IT’S BUFFALO, SO WE HAVE TO EXPECT IT. KATIE: THEY WILL HAVE THE SAME WEATHER AS WE DID TODAY. THIS SYSTEM IS MOVING UP TO THE NORTH. SIMILAR TEMPERATURES, SIMILAR SNOW LEVELS. IT IS REALLY SNOWING THERE IN LEBANON. LOOK HOW THE STREETS ARE SNOWED. WE HAD A LOT OF SNOW, SOME NICE TRAVEL AND SNOW PERFORMED WITH SOME OF THE HEAVIER BANDS THIS MORNING. WE HAVE ADDITIONAL MOISTURE FROM THE SOUTHWEST. RIGHT NOW WE ARE SEEING MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW ALONG THE 71/75 CORRIDOR. I WANT TO TAKE YOU ON A TOUR OF RADAR. CONTINUATION OF SUNSHINE. THERE’S A LOT OF THIS PINK SUNSHINE. YOU WILL SEE THAT FROM THE PEOPLE IN WINCHESTER, GEORGETOWN. SNOW IN HILLSBORO. BATAVIA, CLAREMONT COUNTIES ARE CURRENTLY SNOW FALLING. SNOW CONTINUES IN FALMOUTH. IT JUST DEPENDS ON WHICH SIDE OF TOWN YOU LIVE. SOME OF OUR COMMUNITIES IN INDIANA, A LITTLE VACATION. HEAVY SNOW IS FALLING IN THE SWITZERLAND COUNTY. BOONE COUNTY IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY SEES SOME SNOW STUDY — STEADY SNOW. IF YOU HAVE A FLIGHT TO CATCH, LEAVE YOURSELF PLENTY OF EXTRA TIME. HAMILTON COUNTY, LOOKS PRETTY DRY. SNOW IS GROWING AGAIN IN THE FOREST PARK, BLUE ASHES. HERE ON THE NORTH SIDE OF LOOP 275. MORE SNOW TO THE NORTH IN BUTLER AND WARREN COUNTIES, SPRINGBORO, LEBANON. MASON SEES HEAVY SNOW. IT’S ALSO SNOWING A LOT IN WILMINGTON. ADDITIONAL MOISTURE ON THE ROAD FROM THE SOUTHWEST. TODAY AT NOON WE WILL SEE SNOW, SUSLJEVICA. BETWEEN NOON AND 3:00, THIS WILL DROP FOR ALL AND THEN TEMPERATURES AROUND 36. WATCH THE PARTIES LOOKING GOOD, 36, THE SKY IS DRYING HERE, BUT THE SNOW IS MOVING INTO ORCHARD PARK WHERE THE GAME IS BEING TAKEN TODAY. AN INCH OR TWO OF SNOW FALLS DURING THE GAME. TEMPERATURES SIMILAR TO THERE IN THE LOWER TO MID 30’S SNOW UNTIL 12PM AT LEAST. SUNSHINE AS YOU GO FURTHER SOUTH OF LOOP 275, EAST OF HAMILTON COUNTY. IT’S GOING TO STOP AROUND 3:00 AND THEN WE’RE LEFT WITH SPOTTED SNOW FLURRIES TOMORROW MORNING. PART ONE OF TOMORROW’S PART BRINGS HIT AND MISS SHOWERS BEFORE WE START DRYING OUT BY NOON. OUTLOOK FOR RAIN AND SNOW, WE ALREADY HAVE SOME REPORTS OF TWO INCHES, BUT WE HAVE HAD ISOLATED TOTALS OF UP TO FOUR INCHES IN INDIANA COMMUNITIES. DON’T BE SURPRISED IF YOU’VE BEEN SNOWING ALL MORNING IF YOU SEE SOME OF THE HIGHER TOTALS. MOSTLY RAIN TODAY AS YOU GO SOUTH IN THE WLWT WATCHING AREA. SOME OF IT MIXED WITH THE SNOW. 34 NIGHT HIGHS, WAVES LEGIT — CONTINUING. 32 TOMORROW MORNING MOSTLY CLOUDY. TUESDAY LOOKS LIKE THE BEST DAY OF THE WEEK. 43, A MIXTURE OF CLOUDS AND THE SUN. WEATHER INFLUENCE ON WEDNESDAY. THIS IS OUR NEXT ROUND OF WEATHER INFLUENCES, SCATTERED SNOW FAILING TO A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW. WHICH WILL TAPER ABOUT

LIST: Dozens of businesses, churches closed or postponed due to snow

We start Sun-dey with constant, heavy snow! LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERT // CLOSURES & DELAYS Towns south of the 71/75 split will see mostly sleet this morning. Steady snow and our wintry mix continues through midday today before ending by early. Most cities from Cincinnati and NW to Indiana will see 1-3″ of slush. Be aware of slippery roads through today with road temperatures around or below freezing. Actual air temps will warm into the mid 30s later today. This snow system moves to Buffalo from here and will bring about 1-2″ of slush accumulation from kickoff through the end of the game. Tonight tonight brings isolated snow showers and winds with mostly cloudy skies. Lows drop into the upper 20s to low 30s. Clouds will be stubborn Monday covering our highs in the 30s and lows in the mid-20s Monday night as skies begin to clear again. After some quiet weather on Tuesday, another strong storm will begin to affect our area on Wednesday. Stay tuned, as this looks like a well organized storm that could bring either rain or snow (or a combination of both).

We start Sun-dey with constant, heavy snow!

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERT // CLOSURES AND DELAYS

Towns south of the 71/75 split will see mostly sleet this morning. Steady snow and our wintry mix continues through midday today before ending by early. Most cities from Cincinnati and NW into Indiana will see from 1-3″ of slush. Be aware of slick travel through today with road temperatures around or below freezing. Actual air temps warm into the mid 30s later today.

This snow system moves from here into Buffalo and will bring about 1-2″ of slush from kickoff through the end of the game.

Tonight brings isolated snow showers and showers with mostly cloudy skies. Lowest temperatures from 20 to around 30.

Clouds will be stubborn Monday capping our highs in the upper 30s and lows in the mid 20s Monday night as skies begin to clear again. After some quiet weather on Tuesday, another strong storm will begin to affect our area on Wednesday. Stay tuned, as this looks like a well organized storm that could bring either rain or snow (or a combination of both).

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