Snow, rain to make for slick road conditions for Wednesday morning commute

The worst of the snow was in the early morning hours from 1-3 a.m. We’re now in that weird transition period where we’re going from snow to rain, taking those snow-covered roads and turning them slushy and slick.LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // CLOSINGS AND DELAYSAcross Greater Cincinnati, travel a few miles and you could go from rain to snow to sleet.Wednesday morning, the transition line has worked – as expected – from south to north across the area. It is happening a little sooner than expected, meaning southern portions of our area are seeing nothing rain and the National Weather Service has already taken some counties off of its Winter Weather Advisory.Inside the I-275 loop, there was a lull in the action around 5:30 a.m., allowing the air to cool off a little bit and areas that were seeing rain have started to report seeing some snow again.The largest concerns along roadways are in southern Indiana, on I-74.As we head to 7 a.m., rain will once again take a greater hold over much of the area, giving the potential for slick, slushy roads.

The worst of the snow was in the early morning hours from 1-3 a.m. We’re now in that weird transition period where we’re going from snow to rain, taking those snow-covered roads and turning them slushy and slick.

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Across Greater Cincinnati, travel a few miles and you could go from rain to snow to sleet.

Wednesday morning, the transition line has worked – as expected – from south to north across the area. It is happening a little sooner than expected, meaning southern portions of our area are seeing nothing rain and the National Weather Service has already taken some counties off of its Winter Weather Advisory.

Inside the I-275 loop, there was a lull in the action around 5:30 a.m., allowing the air to cool off a little bit and areas that were seeing rain have started to report seeing some snow again.

The largest concerns along roadways are in southern Indiana, on I-74.

As we head to 7 a.m., rain will once again take a greater hold over much of the area, giving the potential for slick, slushy roads.

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