Evening: Cloudy skies: temperatures in the 20s
Overnight: Cloudy; lows near 20
Tomorrow: Clouds give way to sun; high in the mid 30s
Tomorrow Night: Clouds return overnight; low in the mid 20s
Sunday: Snow showers change to rain showers in the afternoon I-70 south, some light accumulation north; highs in the mid 30s
Monday: Mostly cloudy; high in the mid 30s
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy; high in the upper 30s
Wednesday: Wintry mix to rain; high in the low 40s
Clouds have settled in and will stay with us through the night. Colder air also continues to settle in for the night. We’ll gradually drop through the 20s, bottoming out near 20 for most.
Tomorrow will be a day that gets brighter with time. In fact, by mid-afternoon (if not a bit sooner) skies should become mostly sunny. Due to a chilly start, we’ll only recover to the mid 30s.
Clouds are back by Sunday morning with a start in the mid 20s. Snow showers arrive in the morning and will be with us, at times, most of the day. While it will stay cold enough across the far northern Miami Valley for some light accumulation (perhaps an inch for some), areas I-70 south will rise into the mid, if not upper, 30s and see snow showers change to rain showers.
Monday and Tuesday will be dry and fairly cloudy. Highs Monday are in the mid 30s and close to 40 on Tuesday.
Wednesday is the day to keep a close eye on. A system will arrive before sunrise with a wintry mix of snow and potentially some ice. While we will all change to rain later in the day with highs expected in the low 40s, the morning commute could be a mess due to that mix.
Thursday is dry again with highs near 40, and more sun Friday should allow us to rise to the mid 40s.
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