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Tri-State Communities Issued Snow Emergencies In Unexpectedly Heavy Storm

Sunday’s weather system has dropped heavier snowfall totals than were forecast throughout Cincinnati’s Tri-State area, making imperative for residents to practice safe driving behaviors. The storm has prompted several counties to issue snow emergencies and travel advisories as road conditions deteriorated.

The following serves as a warning system to alert residents and drivers and that bad weather could make it unsafe to travel:

  • Level one: Also called a yellow travel advisory, this means parked cars must be moved off of public streets, and drivers should use caution and only travel when needed.
  • Level two: Also known as an orange travel advisory, this means residents should stay home if possible, and drive only if absolutely necessary.
  • Level three: This red travel advisory means that all roads in that area are closed to non-emergency personnel, and no other drivers are allowed to travel.

Cities may also issue independent snow emergencies, based on the specific needs of the neighborhoods in those areas. This makes it crucial for residents stay aware of both local and county issued emergencies.

The following counties are under a Level 1, or yellow, snow emergency:

Butler County
Hamilton County

Kenton County

Dearborn County

In light of these dangerous weather conditions, Wolterman Law Office urges our community to stay safe on the roads. In the event that you or a loved one is involved in a car crash, call our legal team at 513-488-1135 or contact us online.