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Snow showers fell several inches of snow over the Cincinnati area Sunday night to early Monday morning. LIVE RADAR // RECENT WEATHER WARNINGS // CLOSURES The snow showers moved in quickly on Sunday night and covered roads, with some areas with up to 7 inches of snow. Some isolated snow showers are expected to linger in the region on Monday, bringing further light accumulations to the area. Here's how much snow areas have received so far: Cincinnati: 1.8 inches Delhi: 1.5 inches Fairfax: 1.8 inches Madeira: 1.9 inches Union, Kentucky: 2 inches West Union: 6.5 inchesNorwood: 2 inchesMaysville: 7 inchesGeorgetown: 2.5 inchesSharonville: 2 inchesMany roads will be quite slippery, especially across the eastern areas of the tri-state. The rest of the day Monday brings mostly cloudy skies and gusts to around 20 to 25 mph. This will make our temps in the low 30s today feel more like the low and mid 20s. Temperatures will drop to the low 20s on Monday night, and re-freezing is possible, so keep an eye out for icy roads. We will see a brief warm-up to the 40s on Tuesday and possibly some evening rain on Wednesday.

Snow showers fell several inches of snow over the Cincinnati area Sunday night to early Monday morning.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER FORECASTS // CLOSURES

The snow showers moved in quickly on Sunday night and covered roadways, with some areas with up to 7 inches of snow.

Some isolated snow showers are expected to continue in the region on Monday, which will bring further light accumulations to the area.

Here's how much snow areas have received so far:

Cincinnati: 1.8 inches

Delhi: 1.5 inches

Fairfax: 1.8 inches

Madeira: 1.9 inches

Union, Kentucky: 2 inches

West Union: 6.5 inches

Norwood: 2 inches

Maysville: 7 inches

Georgetown: 2.5 inches

Sharonville: 2 inches

Many roads will be quite slippery, especially across the eastern areas of the tri-state.

The rest of the day Monday brings mostly cloudy skies and gusts to around 20 to 25 mph. This will make our temps in the low 30s today feel more like the low and mid 20s.

Temperatures will drop to the low 20 degrees on Monday night, and re-freezing is possible, so keep an eye out for icy roads.

We will see a brief warm-up into the 40s on Tuesday and possibly some evening rain on Wednesday.

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