Monthly Archives: December 2015

3:30pm Update On Severe Weather Threat

A Tornado WATCH or a Severe Thunderstorm WATCH may be issued for most of northern Kentucky and southwestern Ohio shortly. Carroll County and all of southeastern Indiana are under a Tornado Watch through 9pm: Additional watches and warnings may be … Continue reading

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What You Need To Know About Wednesday Night’s Severe Threat

While it is most common in the spring, severe weather can happen at any time of the year in the Tri-State. A Tornado Warning was issued for Adams County at 12:30am three days before Christmas in 2013. 8 Severe Thunderstorm … Continue reading

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How Winters In Cincinnati With No Accumulating Snow In December Finish

There has been no accumulating snowfall so far this season or this month in Cincinnati. Accumulating snowfall is defined as 0.1″ or more at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport where official records are kept. From 1915 to 1947, records for … Continue reading

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Historical Perspective On Weekend Heat, Still No Accumulating Snow

The official high temperature in Cincinnati (at the International Airport where records are kept) today was 70°. Since official records for ‪#Cincinnati‬ began on December 1, 1870, there have only been 13 December days with a high temperature of or … Continue reading

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Historical Perspective On 60°+ Temperatures In December, No Accumulating Snow

High temperatures in Cincinnati are likely to rise above 60° Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; in fact, highs Saturday and Sunday are forecast to be in the upper 60s to near 70°. Is it uncommon to reach into the 60s in … Continue reading

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No Snowflakes In Cincinnati So Far This Season

While you may have seen flurries at some point this fall, there have been no flurries or snow showers reported in Cincinnati (at the International Airport, where official records are kept) since summer ended. If you’re thinking it is unusual … Continue reading

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