Sunday Night: Light Showers Mixed With A Few Flurries. Temps Stay Above Freezing.
Low: 36 Winds: SSW 6-14 mph
Monday: A Mix of Rain and Snow Changing to All Snow in the Afternoon. Light Accumulations Through the Evening.
High: 36 Winds: SW 7-14 mph
Sunday: Much Colder With Occasional Snow Showers. Light Accumulation & Breezy.
High: 29 Winds: W 9-18 mph
We've had a wonderful Super Bowl Sunday in the Miami Valley, but mild air and sunshine are on the way out. Light showers will move in after dark, which will mix with a few flurries through overnight. Temps will stay above freezing for the first half of Monday, and we will continue to see on and off mixed precip. through the first half of the day. A few roads may be slick, but we're not looking at a chance for significant ice and snow accumulation for Monday. Later in the afternoon, surface temperatures will drop to near freezing, changing all precipitation to snow. Light snow showers will continue for the next 36-48 hours, and by Wednesday afternoon, communities north of I-70 could see 2-4", while those south could see 1-2". The good news is that snow will fall lightly and sporadically, so accumulation on treated roads will stay to a minimum. Highs on Wednesday will barely make it into the 20s, so winter is certainly making a comeback after a mild start to February!
By the end of the week, we can expect sunshine to return, but temperatures will not rebound by much. Highs Thursday through Sunday will only reach the mid and upper-20s, and low temps will hover in the low teens and upper single digits. We'll be partly cloudy through the weekend, with the majority of sun shining on Saturday. Clouds will increase again Sunday night ahead of another potential for accumulating snow after Valentine's Day.
Today's Record Temperatures