Sunday, December 14, 2003

News Briefs



Snow to make its first appearance

A winter weather advisory is in effect for Greater Cincinnati today because forecasters are expecting the first significant snowfall of the year.

If they're right, you should wake up to 2 inches of the white stuff this morning. Another inch is expected to fall later today, along with freezing rain and sleet.

"It will be the biggest snowfall so far," said Myron Padgett, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Wilmington. . "But it could be worse. We're just getting the northern edge of the storm. The mid-Atlantic states will get a lot more snow. Still, it should snow most of the day (today)."

Highs will be in the mid-30s, with lows dipping into the mid-20s.

Flu shots to be available Monday

The Cincinnati Health Department says flu shots will be available at the following locations on Monday:

North College Hill: 2-4 p.m. at North College Hill High School, 1620 W. Galbraith Road.

Madisonville: Braxton Cann Medical Center, 5818 Madison Road (call for vaccine hours: 271-6089).

Over-the-Rhine: Elm Street Health Center, 1525 Elm St. (call for hours: 352-3092).

Millvale: Millvale Health Center, 3301 Beekman St. (call for hours: 352-3192).

Northside: Northside Health Center, 3917 Spring Grove Ave. (call for hours: 357-7600).

Price Hill: Price Hill Health Center, 2136 W. Eighth St. (call for hours: 357-2700).

Avondale: Ambrose Clement Health Center, 3101 Burnet Ave., Avondale (call for hours: 357-7300).

DON'T MISS THIS

Check out the special displays and a live Nativity scene at the Krohn Holiday Show, 1501 Eden Park Drive.

The free event runs 10 a.m.-8 p.m. today and during the holiday season. Information: 421-5707.




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