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reported bank robbery. this is on dixie highway near orphanage. we're beginning to see an end to the snow showers, at least for now. but we're still under a weather advisory. >> the winter weather advisory continues through 1:00 for areas east of cincinnati. it has been cancelled for areas along 71 and 75. there will be flurries and snow showers around for the next couple of hours. conditions continue to improve as we go forward. filtered sun this afternoon with temperatures eventually rising to 20 degrees. the feels like temperature of the wind chill will likely be spots. we're up to 20 degrees by late this afternoon. flurries and snow showers gradually come to an end this afternoon. they will be focused east of cincinnati and northeast of cincinnati. we're in between partly and
temperatures slowly falling back to the teens. flurries and snow showers continue, especially in the eastern part of hamilton county. even where we don't have returns in our network of radars, dearborn, ohio, still snow showers, still some flurries, they are focused to the northeast of cincinnati. individual clusters, flurries and snow showers are moving to the southeast at 20 to 25 miles an hour. cloudy. numbers are still coming in. as of noon, we have wind chills in the single digits and even below zero in spots. coming up, snow showers come to an end this afternoon. plenty of cold to finish out the week, we have more waves of snow to track in the planning minutes. >> we want to take you back to the story of that bank robbery
this is near orphanage. local 12's adam clements is there and he joins us with the very latest. john. it is the u.s. bank here on the dixie highway. i just got done speaking with investigators inside. they handed me this. this is surveillance video of the man who walked in and robbed this bank. he's six feet tall, a light tan skull cap. mirrored sunglasses and a dark navy blue jacket and light blue jeans. he went into the bank, robbed the bank and took off. if you have any information, if you know who this guy is, you're asked to call police. they also say he was driving a light grayish, blue chevy malibu with ohio plates. again, if you see that, if you
call police immediately right now. no information on what was taken and what kind of weapon he presented. the u.s. bank on dixie highway. this is a very fresh scene. this happened just about a half an hour ago. we're working to gather details just as the investigators are. as soon as we have the details we'll make sure to bring them to you. reporting live in fort mitchell, adam clements, local 12 news. john, back to you in the studio. >> if you could show us the picture one more time. time. if we could zoom in right there. light blue jeans, dark blue jacket, light gray skull cap, dark shoes, white male, not sure of the age range, he's about six feet tall and light gray skull cap with sunglasses. if you have any information, call police as soon as you can. >> be sure to stay with local 12 news and local12.com for the
>> a white water township woman will spend the next few years in prison. 42-year-old grandmother cathy huff went before a judge agreed to plead guilty to charges of manslaughter. police say they found her in unconscious in a bath tub overdosed on heroin, her four-month-old grandson was in the tub with her and also unconscious. huff was revived with narcan. she was originally charged with child endangerment, but they died later. the girl was rushed to the hospital and we're told she's expected to survive. take a look at this.
pukt and ---picture and license plate number. if you see or know anything that can help investigator, call crime stoppers at 352-3040. remember, you never have to give your name. ohio governor john kasich took second place in the primary. events. he's now on to south carolina where some say his campaign does not have the money or manpower to match the ground power. >> we're going to keep doing the town halls and i'm going to keep the message as positive as they possibly can. up there in new hampshire, the light actually overcame the
positive shocked everybody. >> the south carolina primary scheduled for february 27th. >> governor kasich could sign a bill today that would strip government money from planned parenthood. the ohio house is poised to clear that deal today. such a move could help kasich with conservatives at the primary in south carolina. >> they face a number of charges that include an assault on a police officer, blue ash police progress. they brought in a police dog to help chase those men and they caught one of them in the chase and the dog tracked another to a home on centennial avenue. bond. in january, the shark ray gave birth to eight pups.
outside. this is only the second time these threatened animals have facility. >> we're really excited, we were able to share with our cincinnati community the great care that our staff does to take care of these animals and how important it is to share what we're doing right here in newport, kentucky, that you, you know, as a community, we have a jewel here, the newport aquarium and being able to be -- setting the standards for aquariums around the world for what we're doing in professional animal care. local 12's brandon orr will talk more about how random it is for these pups to be born in the tri-state. >> chris christie is to discuss
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4:00 to 6:00 in hyde park and it starts around 5:00 in mount healthy. >> still have flurries and snow showers in the area, too. they will be relatively scattered as promised over the last 24 hours into the afternoon. we have a total, officially at the international airport, for cincinnati. 4.6 is the total accumulation that's through 7:00 a.m. we'll get an update at 1:00. you add all of that up, since snow first started falling late last year. we're up to 13.1 for all of december, january, and february combined. for those three months, december, january, february, on average, we get 18.1 inches of snow in cincinnati. if we get another five inches of snow between now and the end of the month, we will meet our
we promised that el nio would likely keep totals down. we had snowy rounds in the last couple of weeks. that 18.1 is within reach. notice a winter weather advisory continues for the far eastern, southeastern part of the tri-state through 1:00. it has been discontinued for areas along and to the west of the interstate 75. from clinton county down to brown. adams, robertson, mason. snow showers and flurries move out. we're actually seeing rapidly improving conditions, along and to the west of interstate 75. still breezy and cloudy. 18 the temperature now at the atrium center weather cam. it is cold now and it will stay cold this afternoon. also breezy, the feels like temperature will likely be below
the single digits and teens for the rest. snow showers will be coming to an end for the afternoon. lingering flurries through the back end of the afternoon and early this evening. more snow showers to track before we get to the tail end of the weekend. wind chill 1 officially at the international airport. up close to 20 by late this afternoon. notice, at least some clearing out to the west. partly to mostly cloudy for much of the evening. we'll see clouds win out for the first part of the afternoon. flurries and snow showers moving out. notice on live precision doppler 12 hd, more flurries and snow showers, especially in the eastern part of hamilton county. still some flurries and snow
hamilton. flurries and snow showers are more widespread. those diminish between now and the back end of the afternoon. we'll just have flurries lingering around through roughly 7:00 and 8:00 tonight. partial clearing comes later today. our flow off of lake michigan is getting interrupted. look for partial clearing tonight and a partly to mostly cloudy sky tomorrow as a weak area of high pressure moves in. another disturbance coming late friday and that will give us the potential for bursts of snow. feels like temperature near zero at times. we'll fall back down through the teens and for some into the single digits tonight. no snow forecast thursday. scattered snow showers late friday, early saturday and then a bigger system comes late sunday and monday. still some uncertainty on amounts and timing. we'll work on those in the coming days. the weekend starts with snow showers. finishes with some snow showers.
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