LIST: Travel advisories, snow emergencies issued in the Tri-State – FOX19

CINCINNATI (WXIX) -Several counties in the Tri-State have issued travel advisories or snow emergencies ahead of the severe winter weather expected to arrive Thursday night into Friday.
Rain Thursday will change to snow Thursday night as temperatures drop more than 40 degrees by early Friday. Subzero winds will move in that could gust as fast as 50 mph and feel like -35.
Hamilton County
Butler County
Clinton County is under a Level 2 Winter Weather Advisory
Dearborn County – Orange travel advisory is in effect. An orange “watch” travel status means that conditions are threatening to the safety of the public. During a “watch” local travel advisory, only essential travel, such as to and from work or in emergency situations, is recommended, and emergency action plans should be implemented by businesses, schools, government agencies, and other organizations.
Kenton County – Level 1 Snow Emergency, effective Thursday at 6 PM until rescinded. During snow emergencies, when the snowfall accumulation is two inches or greater, no vehicle may be parked on any public road right of way.
Bracken County – Level 2 Snow Emergency
Boone County – Upgraded to Level 2 Snow Emergency shortly before 11 p.m. Thursday.
Pendleton County – Upgraded to Level 2 snow emergency beginning at midnight.
Campbell County – Level 1 travel advisory is effective at 7 p.m. Thursday until further notice. The advisory is to let residents be cautious of hazardous road conditions.
Grant County – Level 1 Snow emergency
Gallatin County – Level 2
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