Jennifer Edwards Baker reports:
A major winter storm mostly bypassed Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky overnight, leaving just light snow accumulation.
Most areas saw at least an inch of snow late Sunday and early today. Another inch could fall today.
Officially, 1 inch was recorded at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and in places like Blue Ash, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.
Over on the west side of Hamilton County, Cheviot has 1.9 inches. To the north of Cincinnati, Lebanon and Oxford are waking up to 2 inches. In the Butler County seat of Hamilton, 3 inches were recorded.
There are some school closings and delays. Lebanon, Mount Healthy, Moeller and Northwest schools are all closed.
Light snow will fall this morning and afternoon as the back-end of the storm moves out of southeastern Indiana into our region, said meteorologist Andy Latto.
A winter storm advisory remains in effect for most of the region until 2 p.m. Areas to the north of the city in Butler and Warren counties are under a winter storm warning.