UPDATE @ 8:50 a.m.
Ohio State Patrol dispatchers in the Hamilton Post are reporting interstates 71 and 75 “are a mess” with numerous slide offs continuing to occur.
“We’ve had several and they are still going non-stop,” the dispatcher said.
Butler County drivers are practicing caution, according to dispatchers in Butler County.
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UPDATE @ 7:55 a.m.
Chris Petrocy with the Butler County Engineer’s Office said crews are reporting more snow in the northern parts of Butler County with ice in the southern tier. Unofficial estimates show up to 4 inches of snow has fallen in parts of Reily and Wayne townships, but there is mostly ice and slush in West Chester Twp.
“There’s a general coating of snow, ice, and slush on most roadway surfaces and motorists should take it slow and allow plenty of room between themselves and the vehicle in front,” Petrocy said.
All 15 county trucks are still on the roads this morning.
A scene on Elk Creek Road on Wednesday morning, Feb. 7, 2018. NICK GRAHAM / STAFF
Snowy roads in Butler County are causing some slide-offs but no major accidents, according to dispatchers.
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Dispatchers for the county are reporting just a few slide-offs but nothing serious. Ohio State Highway Patrol dispatchers say Interstate 71 is in worse shape than I-75 but there haven’t been any major accidents.
Our news partner WCPO is reporting that 2 to 4 inches of snow are possible north of the Ohio River and that ice accumulation could reach 0.1 to 0.25 inches.
The wintry precipitation is expected to move out of the area by noon, according to WCPO.
There are hundreds of schools and businesses either closed or delayed.