- Scattered showers overnight
- More rain and some snow Monday
- Cold blast of air midweek
Tonight: Showers overnight may mix with some snow before sunrise, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. Temperatures will fall to the middle 30s.
Saturday: There will be a few scattered rain or snow showers early. Highs will be in the low 40s, and it will be breezy at times. A brief break from the showers is expected in the afternoon. However, as temperatures drop in the evening some light snow showers will return.
Sunday: Morning flurries are possible. Cloudy skies will linger through the day. It will be colder in the afternoon with highs only reaching the middle 30s. Late at night the next storm system will start to spread snow showers back from the south.
Monday: A complex storm system will affect the Miami Valley. For now, some morning snow showers are likely. Heavy accumulation is not expected, but the timing could bring some slowdowns to the morning commute.
As the system pulls through, warmer air will quickly transition most of the region to rain. Depending on the track, light snow showers may linger in the far northwest.
It will be breezy at times through the day with highs around 40 degrees. The timing and the exact track can still change, so details of the storm will be monitored.
Tuesday: Some lingering moisture could keep some flurries around, and the rest of the day looks cold. Highs will be in the middle 30s. Gusty winds are expected for the afternoon and evening, bringing wind chills down through the day.
Wednesday: A sunny day is expected, however low temperatures and gusty winds will make for a frigid day. Highs only make it into the middle to upper 20s, but breezy conditions mean wind chills likely will be in the single digits all day.
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