A Winter Storm Warning issued for Tri-State communities expired 1 a.m. Saturday.
WCPO meteorologist Sarah Walters said snow accumulations measured from 3 to 6 inches. Sleet and freezing rain also fell.
The rain changed to a wintry mix, then to snow on Friday. Snow tapered off Friday night. Hazardous driving conditions occurred through the Tri-State.
The following areas were under various warnings and advisories before the storm:
Winter Storm Warning
Ohio: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Fairfield, Fayette, Hamilton, Highland, Pickaway, Ross, Warren
Kentucky: Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Kenton
Indiana: Dearborn, Franklin, Ripley, Ohio, Switzerland
Winter Storm Advisory
Indiana: Fayette, Union, Wayne
Kentucky: Bracken, Grant, Owen, Pendleton
PHOTOS: Winter snow slams Tri-State
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