( Tri-State ) - Snow and ice has forced some local communities to issue snow emergencies.

Cincinnati has issued a snow emergency effective at 7pm Sunday Night, Citizens are reminded to not park along Snow Emergency Routes or their cars will be towed.
Mount Healthy, Ohio: Snow Emergency Sunday 12 a.m.
Springfield Township, Ohio: Snow Emergency in effect until Monday 6 p.m.

Cold Spring, Kentucky, has declared a snow emergency for March 3. Chief of Police Edward Burk asks residents to remove vehicles from streets until the snow emergency is lifted. Vehicles can be cited for violation of the Snow Emergency Ordinance.
Park Hills has declared a snow emergency through Monday afternoon.
Elsmere and Erlanger Ky. are under a level 1 snow emergency untill 6p.m. Monday.
Crestview Hills, Ky: Snow Emergency until Monday 6 p.m.
Fort Mitchell, Ky: Snow Emergency until Monday 8 p.m.
Lakeside Park, Ky: Snow Emergency until 12 p.m. Sunday.
Ft Wright has a Snow Emergency in effect from 5pm Sunday to 6pm Monday
Villa Hills has a Snow Emergency until further notice
The City of Edgewood has a Snow Emergency in effect


The Hamilton County Sheriff has declared a Level 1 Snow Emergency
Butler County is under a Level 1 Snow Emergency
The Clinton County Sheriff Office has issued a Level 1 snow emergency, effective 9:55 a.m. Sunday March 3.

Brown County went to Level 1 just before 3am. A band of steady snow has been lingering over central Brown and southern Clermont Counties for much of the overnight.

The Clermont County Sheriff implemented a Level 1 Snow Emergency at 5:30am

Kenton County, Ky. is under a Level 2 Snow Emergency.
Boone County, Ky. is under a level 1 Snow Emergency.
Grant County Judge Darrell Link has declared a Level 1 Snow emergency until noon on Monday
Pendleton County has upgraded to a Level 2

Franklin County, Indiana, Sheriff Ken Murphy has declared a Level 2 because of the Icy conditions.
Dearborn County is under a Yellow Travel advisory.