More than 100 schools were delayed, and closed Thursday after a winter storm brought extra snow to Tri-State.

A mixture of snow and freezing rain moved into the Cincinnati area on Wednesday afternoon, bringing snow at a speed of 2 inches over most areas during the evening, and many roads remained covered with snow throughout the Wednesday evening, as hundreds of transport crews cleared major roads. More than 100 schools in Tri-State decided to either delay or close Thursday. Greater Cincinnati could put a thin layer of ice on everyone. Drivers should continue to watch the slick spots on Thursday morning.While we saw the heaviest and fastest accumulating snow, there was still light snow overnight through Thursday, and Cincinnati would have a break from the crowded weather from Friday to Saturday before another strong storm arrived on Saturday night Valentine’s Day, and it can also be accompanied by the biting cold that we’ve been seeing with teen spikes Sunday and below zero for the low by Sunday night. The details of this system are still being worked out, but could bring with it more snow accumulation. stay tuned.

The combination of snow and sleet drifted into the Cincinnati area on Wednesday afternoon, causing 2 inches of snow to fall rapidly over most areas as you commute in the evening.

Many roads remained covered in snow throughout Wednesday evening, as hundreds of transport crews cleaned the main roads.

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

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In addition to small batches of snow throughout the evening, there may be a possibility of a sleet drizzle all over Greater Cincinnati that could put a thin layer of ice for everyone. Drivers should continue to monitor the slick spots Thursday morning.

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While we saw the heaviest and fastest accumulating snow, there was still light snow overnight until Thursday.

Cincinnati will have a break from crowded weather from Friday through Saturday before another strong storm arrives on Saturday night and on Valentine’s Day.

This could also be accompanied by the brutal cold we’ve been seeing with teen spikes on Sunday and below zero for the lowest by Sunday night.

Details of this system are still being worked out, but it could bring with it even more accumulated snow. stay tuned.

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