Snow showers Sunday morning sent crews scrambling back out to clear roads in Hamilton County.
Unlike our television counterparts, we at WVXU don't often head out to the salt pile but reporter Tana Weingartner happened to drive past the Hamilton County Engineer's Office and caught a glimpse of the low reserves at the facility. This location has two barns, one for salt and the other for a sand mixture. Each is down to just a ring around the inside edge.
This definitely has been a colder, snowier winter than usual. Just ask the folks at the National Weather Service in Wilmington how much snow we've gotten.
"So far this winter, not including Tuesday's snowfall but through midnight last night, 20.1 inches at our official observing location at the Cincinnati Airport," said Seth Binau, Science Operations Officer at the NWS.