List: Schools, businesses closed or postponed Friday due to winter weather.
The time the plane skidded off the runway. got it. It's already snowing a bit and we're already seeing some problems. This is one of his photographers on his 75 Southbound in Northern Kentucky. With our storm tracker you can see the snow falling. But Kevin, what he's seeing is a lot of semis being pulled to the side of the road because the traffic has already started again. Hear from Chief Meteorologist Kevin Robinson. This will cause problems tomorrow. So, I mean, this is why we said, you know, the amount of snow that we see in this particular event doesn't really matter, because the ground is more likely to accumulate. In other words, everything that falls sticks together. The last few days the temperature has been near zero and above freezing for a few hours in the afternoon, but everything is frozen. After it snows and moistens the atmosphere, it's basically like throwing a match into gasoline. As soon as the atmosphere becomes moist, snow should fall at a significant clip. And I think that will continue for a few hours tonight. So a lot of what you're seeing here didn't originally make it to the ground. We had to overcome the dry air between the snow clouds and the clouds on the ground. But now we have dampened the column of atmosphere, and much of it is finally reaching the ground near midnight, just as we thought. We have two different snow areas. One passes south of us, the other comes from the west. This is his two-part system. These systems are interacting and basically giving us a few inches of snow here tonight so we can confirm that the blue you're seeing on your radar right now is real. And it's actually coming down through northern Kentucky and now through Florence, Independence and downtown Cincinnati, and maybe some of the flakes are starting to kick up on the north side of the 275 loop. I think so. If not, it will arrive soon as snow spreads through the area. We had a little bit of snow in the evening southeast of the metro, but the snow is starting to return here as well, and the actual trend through the night is that the snow accumulation and snow intensity will basically increase over the next few hours. As a result, snow continues to fall slowly overnight, and a winter weather advisory is in effect until tomorrow morning. Radar will continue to fill in this blue color tonight as more and more snow falls on the ground. Okay, 1 for 3 for sure. Most people pick up 2-3 pieces of him. We cannot rule out the possibility that the 4-inch amount is isolated. Again, this is not a huge snow event for us. It will be very impactful. Okay. This is Futurecast. Look at this deep blue snow. We have a pretty good snowfall rate tonight. It will snow during the morning commute. It will probably be 10 o'clock tomorrow. It will be 9 or 10 o'clock tomorrow afternoon before the snow stops. The morning commute is expected to be long tomorrow. It may be a snow day for many students. It's already for CPS, so you should expect that when you get ready to go out. Single digit winds will blow tomorrow afternoon, so let's talk cold. But the coldest period will probably be tomorrow night into early Saturday morning, when, you know, dangerously light winds are possible. A wind chill advisory has already been issued to the west. The wind chill was 5 to 10 degrees colder Saturday morning, so I think we'll probably end up in a similar scenario with dangerously low wind chills. Well, you can clearly see that it's snowing downtown right now. You can check the visibility at the airport by looking at the fog that has developed. And all of these visibility have gone down since I set up the show about a minute ago. And then I moved it to the wall here. It was 10 o'clock for everyone, so that's how I'll let you know. Snow has reached as far north as the Hamilton area, possibly. Visibility is poor in Wilmington and Batavia and not yet perfect. This is the 12 hour forecast. We'll cut off tonight with 20 seconds left. Eventually it will drop to about 24 hours. By the time the sun rises. It's snowing and it's going to be rough. As we move through the rest of the night into tomorrow morning, we'll see a midnight high of 27, about 30 minutes from now, and only 20s during the day tomorrow. And look at that strong wind. Most of the day it feels like it's between about 0 and 10 again, or just there. Given the fact that temperatures are expected to drop to around 6 degrees Celsius by Saturday morning, with winds likely to drop below freezing by then, we do not expect road conditions to improve significantly. Only on Saturdays at 4pm. Mike and Sherry, the good news is that after a frigid weekend, the weather pattern has completely reversed and we should be back here in the 40s, maybe even 50s, by this time next week. Okay, Kevin, thank you so much. good,
List: Schools, businesses closed or postponed Friday due to winter weather.
Many schools and businesses will be closed or postponed Friday due to the winter weather. Click here for a list of closures and delays. Cincinnati Public Schools, Greater Cincinnati's largest school district, announced it will be closed Friday due to forecasted winter weather. Live Radar / / Latest Weather Alerts A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for all of the Cincinnati metropolitan area until 1 a.m. Saturday. In total, 1 to 3 inches of rain is expected in most areas, with some isolated rainfall amounts expected to be 4 inches or less near I-70 and in the Southwest. Metro. Road impacts may remain into Friday night as temperatures drop into the 20s to 10s by evening. Temperatures will be in the 20s throughout the day, but wind chills will be in the single digits during windy conditions. By Saturday morning, wind chills will be near the threatening cold advisory level of -5 to -10 degrees. High temperatures Saturday will remain in the mid-teens under partly cloudy skies. Saturday night will have clear skies and lows will drop to near 0 degrees. Although sunny, Sunday will be cold with highs in the low to mid 20s and lows around 15 degrees. From Monday, the weather pattern is expected to change, with milder air returning and a chance of rain. Highs will be back in the 40s and possibly even in the 50s.
Many schools and businesses will be closed or postponed Friday due to winter weather.
Click here for a list of closures and delays
Cincinnati Public Schools, the largest school district in the Cincinnati metropolitan area, announced it would close Friday due to winter weather forecast.
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A winter weather advisory is in effect until 1 a.m. Saturday for the entire Greater Cincinnati area.
In total, 1 to 3 inches are expected most of the time, but there are a few isolated spots of 4 inches or less near I-70 and southwest of the metro.
Road impacts may remain into Friday night as temperatures drop into the 20s to 10s by evening.
Temperatures will be in the 20s all day long, but when the wind picks up, wind chills will be in the single digits.
By Saturday morning, wind chills will be near advisory levels as a threat cold of -5 to -10 degrees. High temperatures Saturday will remain in the mid-teens under partly cloudy skies. Saturday night will have clear skies and lows will drop to near 0 degrees. Sunday will be sunny but cold, with highs in the low to mid 20s and lows around 15 degrees.
From Monday, the weather pattern is expected to change, with milder air returning and a chance of rain. Highs will see him back in the 40s, and he could even reach the 50s.