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Is Cincinnati going to have a bad winter?

Is Cincinnati going to have a bad winter?

The Farmers’ Almanac has Greater Cincinnati’s winter forecast. According to the National Weather Service’s three-month outlook, Greater Cincinnati will likely see above-normal temperatures and average precipitation. As for winter, things could get messy.

How many inches of snow fell in Cincinnati?

The National Weather Service is reporting that 2.3 inches of snow fell at the Cincinnati- Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Is Hamilton County still Level 2 snow emergency?

Hamilton County remains under a Level 2 snow emergency on Tuesday morning, meaning only necessary travel is advised.

Is it going to be a bad winter 2019 2020?

The Farmers’ Almanac promises the upcoming 2019-2020 season will be “another wild ride” with frigid temperatures and “hefty snowfalls” affecting a majority of the country. However, the western-third of the country can expect a milder winter with near-normal temperatures and precipitation.

What is the most snow Cincinnati ever got?

These snowfall extremes go back to 1916. During that time the most amount of snow to land in one day at Cincinnati is 11.8 inches (30.0 centimetres) on February 4, 1998….Cincinnati – Extreme Daily Snowfall for Each Year.

Inches Date Centimetres
3.5 March 24, 2018 + 8.9
2.5 January 05, 2017 6.4
2.9 February 14, 2016 7.4

Does Cincinnati get a lot of snow?

The US average is 28 inches of snow per year….Climate Averages.

Cincinnati, Ohio United States
Snowfall 14.9 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 120.6 days 106.2 days
Sunny 176 days 205 days
Avg. July High 86.0° 85.8°

What does a Level 3 snow emergency mean?

LEVEL 3: All roadways are closed to non-emergency personnel. No one should be driving during these conditions unless it is absolutely necessary to travel or a personal emergency exists. All employees should contact their employer to see if they should report to work.