The Cincinnati city administration is promising everything will be done to make the streets safe after Monday morning's snowfall. Many places in the area reported receiving two to four inches of snow.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley says everything will be done to clear city streets as soon as possible but he is warning that Tuesday could be worse.
Colder temperatures Monday night are expected to re-freeze anything that melts during the day, creating icy streets.
The weather has finally turned warmer but snow and ice will be lead topics for convention-goers in Cincinnati this week.
The North American Snow Conference is being held here May 4-7.
Past president of the American Public Works Association Diane Watkins says 2,000-2,500 people, a record high, are participating. She says best practices for snow and ice clearing are at the top of the agenda.
Tired of walking on snow and ice covered sidewalks and having to repeatedly scrape and plow your driveway? Why not order a "snow melting system" and encourage your employer to do the same?