Overnight snow showers fall 1 to 3 inches across Cincinnati

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Say it’s not snow! Spring snow has arrived in Cincinnati. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS Rain turned to snow overnight with snow showers falling for about five hours overnight, becoming heavy at times. Overnight snow showers dropped 1 1/2 to 3 inches in most cities in Greater Cincinnati. Overnight snow fell 2.7 inches at CVG, setting a new record for that date. Here are the latest snowfall totals: Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport: 2.7 inches Wilmington, Ohio: 4.5 inches Hamilton, Ohio: 4 inches Lebanon, Ohio: 3.7 inches Delhi Township, Ohio: 3 inches Loveland, Ohio: 3 inchesUnion, Kentucky: 3 inchesCheviot, Ohio: 2.6 inchesSharonville, Ohio: 2.5 inches Many will wake up to snowy cars, grass, and low branches. Some roads got slick and slippery briefly overnight, but Wednesday morning most just remained wet. The snow will melt quickly with some sunshine and temperatures around the mid-1940s. Windy conditions will persist with wind chills into the 1920s and 1930s. There will also be a potential for a few patchy showers with rain, snow. sleet and snow quite possible. The skies will clear on Wednesday evening with frost forecast and lows around 30. The sun will return Thursday and Friday. Highs will be in the lower 50s on Thursday, then around 60 on Friday. Saturday promises to be wet again! Next week’s highs are heading for the 80s!

Say it’s not snow! Spring snow has arrived in Cincinnati.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS

The rain changed to snow overnight with flurries falling for about five hours overnight, becoming heavy at times.

Nighttime flurries have dropped 1 1/2 to 3 inches in most cities in Greater Cincinnati.

Overnight snow fell 2.7 inches at CVG, setting a new record for that date.

Here are the latest snowfall totals:

Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport: 2.7 inches

Wilmington, Ohio: 4.5 inches

Hamilton, Ohio: 4 inches

Lebanon, Ohio: 3.7 inches

Canton of Delhi, Ohio: 3 inches

Loveland, Ohio: 3 inches

Union, Kentucky: 3 inches

Cheviot, Ohio: 2.6 inches

Sharonville, Ohio: 2.5 inches

Many will wake up to snow-covered cars, grass, and low branches. Some roads became briefly slippery and slippery overnight, but as of Wednesday morning most were just still wet.

The snow will melt quickly with some sun and temperatures around the mid-1940s.

Windy conditions will persist with wind chills into the 1920s and 1930s. There will also be a potential for a few patchy showers with rain, sleet and snow quite possible.

The skies will clear on Wednesday evening with frost forecast and lows around 30.

The sun will return Thursday and Friday. Highs will be in the lower 50s on Thursday, then around 60 on Friday.

Saturday promises to be wet again! Next week’s highs are heading for the 80s!


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