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Snow showers possible Sunday


Friday night, mainly clear skies with temperatures falling through the 30s and into the upper 20s by sunrise says Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Jamie Simpson.

Saturday, mostly sunny and nice with afternoon temperatures climbing into the upper-40s. This will be the best day for the next week by far.

Sunday, around freezing to start the day. A batch of light rain is possible early southeast of Dayton in the morning. Then a cold front swings in from the west in the afternoon first bringing some rain showers to the entire area, with afternoon highs in the low to mid-40s.

As colder air arrives behind the front we will see clouds and a switch over to snow showers Sunday evening. Very light accumulations are possible with a few spots perhaps seeing up to a half inch. Some slick spots may develop overnight as well.

Monday, mostly cloudy and cold with lingering flurries. Temperatures in the 20s all day could maintain lingering slick spots.

Tuesday, partly cloudy and cold with a low in the mid teens and a high in the mid-20s. Probably about 20 degrees at midnight, but dry and quiet.

Wednesday, mostly cloudy with snow showers arriving and may linger into Thursday as well. Highs will be in the upper-20s.


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