February 09, 2021

Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati

Greater Cincinnati woke up to a blanket of snow on the morning of Feb. 9, after much more than the originally anticipated "1-3 inches" fell overnight. In fact, the Ohio Department of Transportation's Cincinnati-based Twitter said on Tuesday morning that this is the most snow the area has seen in a decade. And folks on social media are (mostly) giddy about the whimsical morning surprise, snapping photos of their snowy views and sharing. Curious what the winter storm looked like across the region? Here's a few local Tweets that offer a peek:
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Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati
Twitter Presents: What "1-3 Inches of Snow" Looks Like in Cincinnati