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CRESTVIEW HILLS: Snow emergency declared for all city streets beginning Sunday, March 2 at noon. Snow emergency will remain in effect until 6 p.m. on Monday, March 3. All vehicles must be removed from the city streets during this time.
LAKESIDE PARK: Snow emergency effective at noon Sunday. All cars must be removed from the streets by then.
ELSMERE: A snow emergency has been declared for the city of Elsmere, effective at 1 p.m. Sunday. All vehicles parked on city streets must be moved until the snow plowing as been complete.
VILLA HILLS: Snow emergency declared Sunday and will continue until further notice
KENTON COUNTY: Now under a Level 1 snow emergency. Roadways may be hazardous with blowing or drifting snow. Roadways may be icy. Cautious driving advised.
FRANKLIN COUNTY: Due to ice accumulations on the roads, Franklin County is now under a Level 2 Orange Travel Watch.
BUTLER COUNTY: As of 11:14 a.m.Sunday Butler County is under a Level 1 snow advisory. Roadways are hazardous. Motorists are urged to drive cautiously.
CLINTON COUNTY: As of 9:55 a.m. Clinton County is under a Level 1 snow advisory.
INDEPENDENCE: Due to the projected snow accumulation, a snow emergency has been declared for the city of Independence that began at noon Sunday. All vehicles must be removed from city streets or risk being cited and or towed.
COLD SPRING: The city of Cold Spring is under a snow emergency due to the forecasted accumulation. Citizens are asked to move their parked cars from city streets until the snow emergency is lifted.
GRANT COUNTY: Grant County is now under a Level 1 advisory. Roadways are hazardous and cautious driving is advised. Citizens are asked to move any parked vehicles from any public road right of way.
GALLATIN COUNTY: Currently under a Level 1 snow emergency.
HAMILTON COUNTY: Currently under a Level 1 snow emergency effective as of 8 p.m. Road conditions are hazardous, drivers are asked to be cautious.
GREENDALE: Cars are asked to be moved from the streets.
MONROE: Currently under a snow emergency. Please exercise caution while driving and remove parked vehicles from streets for the snow plows.
FLORENCE: Due to the current inclement weather, Florence declared a snow emergency within the city limits as of 7:45 p.m. and it will remain in effect for a period of 24 hours. As a reminder, the declaration of a snow emergency in Florence means residents should remove vehicles parked on the street to allow crews to more effectively clear snow from the street.
CAMPBELL COUNTY: Currently under a Level 2 emergency. Residents are asked to not drive unless necessary. They are also asked to contact employers to see if they should report to work Monday morning.
EDGEWOOD: The city of Edgewood is under a snow emergency effective Sunday at 10:15 p.m. It will remain in effect until cancelled by the mayor.
CLERMONT COUNTY: Clermont County is monitoring the snow/ice conditions on the roads and in consultation with the Engineer's Office and 911 Communications Center will determine if a Snow Emergency is warranted for the Monday morning commute. Information will be conveyed to the local media if a Snow Emergency for Clermont County is declared. At this time the is NO Snow Emergency in Clermont County, however, motorists are encouraged to use caution and slow down.
PENDLETON COUNTY: Accumulations of ice, sleet and snow have created extremely hazardous travel conditions in Pendleton County. A Level 2 Travel Warning is now in effect.