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Very cold for Monday Morning


Cloudy and cold through Sunday evening with temperatures dropping into the teens. It will be a bit breezy at times, so wind chills will feel like the single digits. Not much snow today, so roads should not be a major concern except for a few slick spots on side and country roads. Very cold Sunday night with a few breaks in the clouds. Lows in the lower teens and wind chills near zero to start Monday.

Snow will arrive in areas to the extreme north as early as Monday morning, but most area will not see snow until Monday afternoon. Dayton and southeast may see a dusting - 1”. Northeast of Dayton generally up to 1” with some locally near 2”. Not as breezy with highs in the upper 20s.

Tuesday, mostly cloudy with a chance of light snow Tuesday evening, especially to the north. Highs around 30 degrees.

Staying dry Wednesday and Thursday with rain and or snow Thursday night. Possible slick spots to start on Friday. Temperatures will be in the lower 30s on Wednesday and jump into the low to mid 40s by Thursday. Partly sunny skies to end the workweek with temperatures in the upper 30s Friday afternoon.



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