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Light showers, drizzle moves through overnight; wintry mix possible for some


Light showers or drizzle are possible overnight, while some northern spots might see a wintry mix, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini said. Temperatures overnight will drop into the low 30s.

QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Mixed precipitation at times this weekend
  • Steadier wintry mix possible Sunday
  • Warming up next week 

>> Wintry mix this weekend: What you need to know

>> Live Doppler 7 Radar

DETAILED FORECAST

Saturday: An area of low pressure will slide to the southeast, but pushes moisture into the region. A few passing rain or freezing rain showers are possible. Temperatures stay in teh upper 20s, lower 30s in the northern Miami Valley, so showers north of Dayton will be snow or freezing rain. Some afternoon showers in Dayton likely will just be rain. A wintry mix is expected for all at night. Roads may be slick in spots at times on Saturday, early Sunday.

>> Snowstorm cancels flights between Chicago, Dayton International Airport

>> WHIO Weather App

Sunday: Another wave of moisture will push in. A better chance for steadier precipitation will come with this round. Mixed precipitation with freezing rain south and snow/sleet north during the day. May see a brief switch to snow/sleet everywhere before ending Sunday evening. Around 0.5 inch or less of snow/sleet possible north of U.S. 36; Less than 0.10 inch ice accumulation south of U.S. 36. This is when we could see the greatest impacts on the roads. If they appear wet, they’re potentially icy.

>> County-by-County Weather

Monday:  A chilly day, but dry with morning clouds giving way to sunshine. Waking up in the teens, then into the middle 30s for the afternoon.

Tuesday: Partly sunny and milder with highs in the middle 40s.

Wednesday: Another mild day in the middle 40s with more clouds. Chance of a few showers into Wednesday night. 


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