Snow throwers are a common sound today as the area digs out from the latest winter storm.
Anywhere between 6 to 10 inches of snow fell around the region, and that was made worse by gusty winds resulting in significant blowing and drifting.
Kenton resident Rob Warmbrod tried to keep his sense of humor when asked what he thought of the winter weather, “Ahh I love it…..no I don’t. It’s a lot of work. This one’s not too bad. It’s kind of powdery, but it’s still cold out to be trying to blow snow around.”
Several area counties went to a Level 3 Snow Emergency during the overnight. Hardin County remained at Level 2.
Area schools cancelled classes today with the exception of those on remote learning day.
Many area businesses closed. Several others delayed opening.
All of this while forecasters are keeping an eye on another storm that is expected to bring measurable snow Wednesday night into Friday.