Sunday, January 23, 2000

Flurries linger from Saturday storm




BY PHILLIP PINA
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A few flurries are possible today after a bout of winter Saturday slowed motorists and sent people looking for shelter.

        The afternoon snowstorm brought between 1 and 3 inches of snow before tapering off Saturday night.

        A fleet of 60 salt trucks and plows hit Cincinnati streets about 11 a.m. — an hour before the snow started — and kept roads passable, said Diana Frey, city spokeswoman. Still, slick spots are blamed in a number of accidents throughout the region. Northbound Interstate 75 was closed for several hours after a tractor-trailer accident.

        Temperatures today are expected to reach into the mid-20s. The chance of snow tonight is about 40 percent.

        Jeff Carlton contributed to this report.

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