When Punxsutawney Phil came out of his hole Saturday morning in Pennsylvania he said spring is coming soon, but don't tell that to anyone here in the Tri-State.
Police in all parts of the Tri-State are responding to multiple calls as cars lose control and slide off the roads.
In Florence, one car rolled over around 8:10 a.m. on the I-71/75 entrance ramp at Turfway Rd. The driver was not injured. A few minutes earlier a car spun out on southbound I-71/75 near Route 18 in Florence.
There were several calls to I-275 near Route 747 in Sharonville for cars off the road.
Cincinnati Police officers responded to 6th and Race around 9:30 a.m. after a three-car chain reaction wreck.
A car hit a truck on Lonsantiville Ave. in Golf Manor around 9:45 a.m. The truck then ran into a residential building.
As of 10:15 a.m. Gallatin County issued a level one snow emergency. Driving conditions are hazardous and drivers need to stay off the roads.
Franklin County, Indiana has issued a level two travel watch which means to be on county roads only if absolutely necessary.
Independence issued a snow emergency which means drivers need to get their cars off the streets so the city can plow the road.