Weather from Louisville to Dayton

Louisville
scattered clouds    73°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 72.39
Wind speed 11.5 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Saint Matthews
scattered clouds    73°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 72.32
Wind speed 11.5 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Crestwood
scattered clouds    72°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 72.01
Wind speed 2 mph
Pressure 1014 hPa
La Grange
broken clouds    72°F
Broken Clouds
Feels like 72.16
Wind speed 2 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
New Castle
scattered clouds    73°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 72.86
Wind speed 4 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Providence
scattered clouds    72°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 71.92
Wind speed 4.7 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Carrollton
scattered clouds    73°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 72.82
Wind speed 5.3 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Warsaw
scattered clouds    75°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 75.18
Wind speed 5.8 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Walton
overcast clouds    74°F
Overcast Clouds
Feels like 73.56
Wind speed 3.4 mph
Pressure 1005 hPa
Independence
overcast clouds    73°F
Overcast Clouds
Feels like 73.44
Wind speed 3.4 mph
Pressure 1003 hPa
Florence
overcast clouds    73°F
Overcast Clouds
Feels like 73.42
Wind speed 3.4 mph
Pressure 1014 hPa
Covington
broken clouds    74°F
Broken Clouds
Feels like 74.61
Wind speed 4.6 mph
Pressure 1001 hPa
Cincinnati
broken clouds    74°F
Broken Clouds
Feels like 73.81
Wind speed 4.6 mph
Pressure 1007 hPa
Forest Park
overcast clouds    73°F
Overcast Clouds
Feels like 73.09
Wind speed 5.7 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Mason
scattered clouds    72°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 72.61
Wind speed 5.7 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Middletown
overcast clouds    73°F
Overcast Clouds
Feels like 72.86
Wind speed 5.7 mph
Pressure 1010 hPa
Springboro
overcast clouds    72°F
Overcast Clouds
Feels like 72.07
Wind speed 4.6 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa
Kettering
overcast clouds    71°F
Overcast Clouds
Feels like 71.28
Wind speed 5.7 mph
Pressure 1015 hPa
Dayton
scattered clouds    72°F
Scattered Clouds
Feels like 72.43
Wind speed 6.9 mph
Pressure 1013 hPa

Possible roads closed in Kentucky: (more info from KYTC)
Near Covington. Work Zone Construction Activities. I-75 RAMP to KY 8. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) today announced the updated schedule for several temporary ramp closures that will be put into place for the Texas Turnaround project. On Monday, April 11, at approximately 9 p.m., weather permitting, the entrance ramp to I-71/75 northbound from Pike St. will be closed for 180 days. A detour route will be put into place and marked with signage. Traffic will be directed to follow Bullock St. to I-71/75 southbound to Kyles Ln., and then reenter I-71/75 northbound. Also, on Monday, April 11, at approximately 9 p.m., weather permitting, the exit ramp from I-71/75 northbound to 5th St. will be closed for 180 days. A detour route will be put into place and marked with signage. Traffic will be directed to use the 12th St. exit from I-71/75 northbound to Simon Kenton Way to Pike St. to Main St. to 5th St. KYTC also noted that access to the entrance ramp to I-71/75 northbound from 4th St. will not immediately be impacted, and is not anticipated to close until closer to project completion, which is expected by the end of the year. Texas Turnaround project information and updates can be found at DrivingNKYProgress.org.
Near Florence. Work Zone Construction Activities. I-75 NC. U.S. 42 Bridge (13.9 mile-marker) over I-71/75 (180 mile-marker) ? A project is in progress that will add a new westbound lane and pedestrian sidewalk will begin. A project is in progress that will add a new westbound lane and pedestrian sidewalk will begin. The traffic pattern for the first phase of work has been set One lane in each direction on I-71/75 is closed within the project area, specifically: The far left lane of travel on I-71/75 northbound is closed for approximately one-quarter mile at the US 42 interchange, and The far-right lane of travel on I-71/75 southbound is closed for approximately one-quarter mile at the US 42 interchange. In addition, both shoulders in both directions are closed within the project area. Also, traffic on US 42 westbound is shifted to the north while crews work on widening the south side of the roadway. No permanent lane closures on US 42 are anticipated while this work takes place. This travel pattern is expected to remain in place through late August. Motorists should watch for lane closures, crews, and equipment in the work zone.
Near Walton. Work Zone Work Zone. DIXIE HWY. Expect blocked lanes and delays between Logistics Blvd. and Duffel Ln.
Near Warsaw. Work Zone Work Zone. I-71. Northbound Expect Blocked Lanes and Delays.
Near La Grange. Work Zone Construction Activities. I-71. KYTC District 5 advises motorists of nightly lane closures from 7 PM until 7 AM for pavement repairs on I-71 North/South from KY 53 to the Henry county line. This project will be complete by the Fall of 2022.
Near Louisville. Work Zone Construction Activities. I-65. I-65 South: Left lane closed at mile marker 136, just south of the Kennedy Bridge. The lane was initially closed on March 4 after the elevated roadway bridge was severely damaged by a coil of steel that fell off a semitrailer. After multiple inspections, it was determined that the lane would remain closed for the safety of the motoring public. It?s not an active construction zone. A contract has been awarded to make the necessary repairs. No start date has been set, but the estimated completion date is summer 2022.

Possible roads closed in Ohio: (more info from ODOT)
Near Dayton until Sep 2. Expect a traffic pattern shift on I-75 northbound between Albany Street and State Route 741 (Springboro Pike) from Friday, November 12, 2021 ¿ Friday, September 2, 2022. The far-left 11' lane will shift onto I-75 southbound from S.R. 741 (Springboro Pike) in Moraine then shift back at Stewart Street. There will be two 11' side-by-side thru-lanes on I-75 northbound next to the median wall. *Drivers will need to stay in the two right lanes of I-75 northbound to access Edwin C. Moses Blvd. exit and U.S. 35 exits.*
Near Middletown until Oct 15. Following preliminary site work earlier this year, a bridge repair project continues on state Route 122 over the Great Miami River in the city of Middletown, and a full closure of the bridge is scheduled to be imparted this month. Contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation will close the bridge on S.R. 122 over the Great Miami River on the west side of Middletown. The bridge will be closed for 45 days beginning Tuesday, May 31, and separate detours for cars and trucks will be posted using Carmody Boulevard, Germantown Road and Trenton Franklin Road. The entire project calls for rehabilitating the bridges that carry S.R. 122 over the river and the overflow channel by replacing the expansion joints, upgrading the barriers, painting structural steel and replacing bearings. Also during construction, debris will be removed from the main channel of the river. The Eagle Bridge Company was awarded a contract for approximately $3 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed by late fall of 2022. (#210565)

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