good evening, 3 i'm paula toti.we begin with the snow... it's falling across all over the tri-state right now... some of it is heavy.and it's leading to a number of problems.so let's get right to meteorologist scott dimmichwith no-wait weather. scott? 3 this is what it looked like a avenue in east price hill... the roads were snow- covered and cars appeared to be taking it easy.a level one snow emergency is now in effect for all of hamilton countythat means roadways are hazardous... and vehicles should be removed from snow emergency lanes.north college hill is also under a level one snow emergency. 3 now for a look at the snow and how people are handling it in northern kentucky... let's go to local 12's brad underwood... he joins us live from highland heights... brad? treacherous. the tiny flakes were so thick they made a view across the river just about impossible. all the wet white turned new richmond's marina into just another summertime's dream. in the midst of it all we found robert glass trying to battle the inevitable. it kind of looks like you missed a couple of spots here.
. paula mentioned that there was a wind advisory in the effect today, and it's still in effect for about another half hour or so. even after the advisory goes off the table, we'll still be breezy to windy for the next few hours, including the early overnight. fall to the 50s and eventually t through the 40 which is later on. notice a clear to mostly clear sky in the short-term, increasing clouds, possiblity for showers at 11, but especially after midnight. looks like the coverage and intensity of showers will peak early in the overnight and then it will settle down to around 40 degrees by 6 o'clock in the morning with partial clearing and showers. have no rain to track now on precision dap her had had. temperatures are still in the subjects. even coolest so spots a around 60. we have rain and some storms to track tuesday and the return of colder air later in the week . >>> if you are driving south for spring break, get ready to spend a lot more time on the road. a rock slide has shut down i-75 in both directions in northern tennessee. it's about 30 miles from the kentucky state lin
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