Sunday: Skies will be mostly cloudy on Sunday, with cold temperatures, highs only hitting the mid 30s. Snow showers will arrive from the south in the evening early into Monday morning. Light snow accumulation is expected. Roads will be slick for the Monday morning commute.
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Monday: A complex storm system will impact the Miami Valley. Snow showers from Sunday night will continue into Monday morning. As warmer air moves in, a transition to a wintry mix is likely. Within this transition, a few isolated areas could see freezing rain, leading to a glaze of ice accumulation.
Warmer air will transition any precipitation to rain before noon. The day will be breezy at times, with highs getting back to around 40 degrees.
The timing and exact track can still change, so Storm Center 7 Meteorologists will monitor the storm. Refreezing is likely in spots Monday night as temperatures fall into the 20s.
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Tuesday: Drivers should be aware of a few slick spots early in the morning. The day will be mostly cloudy with a few flurries or snow showers. It will be a blustery, cold day with highs in the low 30s. Wind chills will be in the 20s or upper teens.
Wednesday: Sunshine will return Wednesday, but temperatures will remain low. Morning temperatures will be down in the teens and only reach the mid 20s. The day will be breezy, so wind chills will likely range from single digits to the teens.
We're starting with rain showers on Saturday, but all eyes are on the next winter storm expected to arrive on Sunday evening.
Thursday: There will be plenty of sunshine with seasonable temperatures. Highs will climb into the upper 30s.