As of noon Tuesday, many of the snow emergencies in our area have been reduced or lifted.
Belmont, Noble, Monroe and Guernsey County are all under a level 1 snow emergency while Jefferson County has been lifted.
Belmont County has been lowered to a level 1 Snow Emergency as of 11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning. The Level 2 Snow Emergency in Jefferson County has also been lifted.
All winter weather advisories have been dropped as of Tuesday morning.
However, road advisories remain in effect. Belmont, Monroe and Jefferson counties are on a Level 2 Snow Emergency. This means roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads may also be very icy. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should be out on the roads.
Guernsey and Noble counties remain under a level 1 Snow Emergency.
Temperatures today will hover around 32 across the viewing area.
Expect an additional inch of snow overnight Tuesday from a small system moving in.
A warm-up is headed into the area beginning Thursday as temperatures will rise into the 40s.
When it comes to the snow, its good news for now.
Around 8 p.m. Monday night the snow that was falling around most parts of the Ohio Valley began tapering off.
"We've seen the last of the heavy stuff for now, but we're already tracking another system right around the corner, " said WTRF Chief Meteorologist Dr. Dave Walker.
Walker, along with 7 News Meteorologist Brian Davis, had tracked this latest round of winter weather when it began hitting the Ohio Valley over the weekend.
Stay tuned to WTRF.com and 7 News for the latest on your local weather conditions.