Road conditions from Columbus to Fort Wright

Grove City
clear sky    27°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 26.6
Wind speed 0 mph
Pressure 1030 hPa
Pleasant Corners
clear sky    27°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 21.27
Wind speed 4.6 mph
Pressure 1031 hPa
Mount Sterling
few clouds    27°F
Few Clouds
Feels like 19.63
Wind speed 6.2 mph
Pressure 1034 hPa
Bethel
clear sky    27°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 22.89
Wind speed 3.4 mph
Pressure 1031 hPa
Jeffersonville
clear sky    27°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 23.23
Wind speed 3.4 mph
Pressure 1031 hPa
Jamestown
scattered clouds    27°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 27.19
Wind speed 1 mph
Pressure 1035 hPa
Wilmington
clear sky    28°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 20.79
Wind speed 6.9 mph
Pressure 1034 hPa
Warren
clear sky    29°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 22.75
Wind speed 6 mph
Pressure 1036 hPa
Lebanon
clear sky    28°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 20.95
Wind speed 6.9 mph
Pressure 1031 hPa
Mason
clear sky    28°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 22.17
Wind speed 5.7 mph
Pressure 1032 hPa
Blue Ash
few clouds    34°F
Few Clouds
Feels like 21.92
Wind speed 23 mph
Pressure 1018 hPa
Cincinnati
clear sky    30°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 26.28
Wind speed 3.4 mph
Pressure 1024 hPa
Newport
clear sky    31°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 27.25
Wind speed 3.4 mph
Pressure 1023 hPa
Fort Wright
clear sky    36°F
Clear Sky
Feels like 30.96
Wind speed 5.8 mph
Pressure 1031 hPa

Possible roads closed in Ohio: (more info from ODOT)
Near Newport until Jun 1, 2024. Rehab. the bridge E. McMillan St. (C.R. 605) over U.S. 42 in the city of Cincinnati. (22-485)
Near Wilmington until Dec 30. An intersection improvement and urban paving project on U.S. Route 22 (Rombach Avenue) in Wilmington. On Thursday, June 3, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation started construction of a two-part project that will rehabilitation and improve Rombach Avenue between Eastside Drive and the Wilmington corporation limit near the S.R. 73 interchange. The entire project, which is outlined over two parts, includes constructing a loon at Progress Way; improving the radius at Lowe's Drive; improving the signalization at Walmart Drive; reconstructing degraded portions of curb, walk, drainage structures and pavement; constructing approximately 4,800 feet of a shared-use path; and resurfacing nearly three miles of Rombach Avenue between Eastside Drive and the Wilmington corporation limit. During the first phase of the project, crews' efforts will be directed toward the storm sewer, water and sanitary lines, as well as pavement repairs and curb, sidewalk, and intersection work at Lowes Drive and Progress Way. The right lanes of Rombach Avenue will be closed in both directions through the work zone, and traffic will be maintained in one, 11-foot lane in each direction, and a two-way left-turn will also be maintained. The John R. Jurgensen Company was awarded a contract for approximately $9.3 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in winter of 2022. 227(21)
Near Lebanon until Nov 30, 2023. Pavement repair and resurfacing project on state routes 48 and 122 in Warren County. Work will resume in 2023. Construction also includes resurfacing S.R. 48, between the Clermont County line and Foster Maineville Road and from Portland Boulevard, north of Miller Road, to S.R. 73 at Waynesville. The John R. Jurgensen Company was awarded a contract in the amount of $3 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in November 2023.
Near Jamestown until Oct 31, 2023. Replace and widen the concrete bridges over Anderson Fork and Grassy Run on Interstate 71. On Monday, Oct. 24, crews will be shifting traffic to establish the work zone that will be used during the first phase of construction. Lane restrictions will be in effect from approximately 8 p.m. each night to 6 a.m. the following day, and traffic will be maintained in a minimum of one lane in either direction. (#22-290)

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