CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - Overnight wind and rain quickly changed to snow as the temperatures dropped to around freezing early Tuesday morning.
We spotted a brief burst of heavy flurries in Centerville at SR 48 and Alex Bell Road. The snow quickly stopped, but the wind continued to come in gusts of around 40 mph.
The wind was to blame for putting two people in Trotwood out of their home overnight.
Trotwood fire officials told us the wind knocked power lines onto the house on Runyon Avenue just before 11:00 p.m. Monday.
The lines sparked a fire and flames took over the siding of the house.
Fire officials said the Red Cross is helping the two people with a place to stay. The house does not have electricity.
Snowfall reports vary across the Miami Valley as the storm continues to produce heavy snow, making it hard for drivers to see in some cases.
Slick roads have caused a number of accidents on area roads, so what should you do if you find yourself involved in a crash?
Police have now identified the victim of a hit and run Thursday night.
One southbound lane of Interstate 75 is now open approaching U.S. 40 in Vandalia due to a multiple vehicle crash.
A listing of events and activities that are closed, canceled or postponed due to the effects of today's Wintry Blast.