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Snow Alert – Ohio – Snowstorm

NORTHERN Ky. (WXIX) – A snow emergencies have been declared in two Kentucky counties attributable to hazardous climate situations.

Bracken and Kenton counties declared snow emergencies Sunday night.

Kenton County declared a Stage 1 snow emergency simply earlier than 8:30 p.m. Sunday.

Bracken County declared a Stage 2 snow emergency round 7:30 p.m., simply an hour after its Stage 1 declaration.

A Stage 1 snow emergency implies that “roadways are hazardous with blowing and/or drifting snow, roadways could also be icy. Cautious driving is suggested.”

A Stage 2 snow emergency implies that “roadways are hazardous attributable to snow, ice, or a mix thereof. Solely motorists whose journey is critical ought to be on the roadways. Residents are urged to contact employers to see if they need to report back to work.”

Campbell and Pendleton counties additionally issued Stage 1 journey advisories attributable to hazardous street situations.

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