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Today: Early Flurries with Decreasing Clouds through the Day - MUCH Colder.
High: 24 Winds: NW 10-15 mph
Tonight: Clouds Break Up and Cooler Conditions!
High: 15 Winds: W 3-6 mph
Tomorrow: Back to Freezing - High Clouds Increase in the Afternoon Out Ahead of Our Next Weather-Maker.
High: 32 Winds: Shifting SW 7-12 mph
Today we will have a nice mix of sun and clouds this afternoon with highs only in the mid 20s during the afternoon!
We'll see sun to start on Saturday and highs will climb up to about freezing. High clouds will be on the increase through the late afternoon out ahead of our next winter system. Snow will begin Saturday night and fall into Sunday afternoon. The computer models have been all over the place and the position of the rain/snow line will be the key to pinpointing totals. Stay with us as it draws closer. As of right now everyone is guaranteed 2 inches of snow but areas north could see as high as 8 inches. So for now the Miami Valley majority is a range of 3 to 6 inches.
Snow will be done on Monday morning for Groundhog Day where our favorite prognosticator will likely say Spring is around the corner due to it being cloudy. However I do not think this will be the case with the current pattern setting up.
Tuesday & Wednesday will see highs on either side of 30 with some light snow possible on Wednesday. After that we turn frigid yet again with a high in the mid-teens on Thursday.