Winter Weather Advisory in effect; 2 inches of snow likely

Updated Jan 15, 2018

Snow moves past midnight and will persist through the day with 2 inches expected for most. Temperatures overnight will be steady in the teens.

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Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 1 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday Photo: Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Brett Collar

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DETAILED FORECAST

MLK Day: Snow showers are expected Monday, and likely will affect both the morning and evening commutes. Most areas look to receive about 2 inches of new snow, but some could see up to 3 inches. Highs will be in the upper 20s.

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Snow accumulation of 2 inches is expected, with up to 3 inches in spots Photo: Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Brett Collar

Tuesday: A few lingering flurries are likely. It’ll be frigid with highs near 10 degrees. Wind chills are expected at or below zero most of the day.

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Wednesday: Partly cloudy skies are on tap with highs in the upper teens. 

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Thursday: A little bit more sunshine returns. Highs are back in the upper 20s.

Friday: Partly sunny skies wrap up the workweek. It’ll be a notch warmer with highs near normal in the middle 30s.

A look at when the snow moves into the Dayton area and some of the impacts we will see from it.