On Sunday, clouds will increase again, leading up to a chance of snow beginning in the late evening. The forecast has been uncertain on how much and where the snow will come, but the most recent data said that most of the snow is likely to fall to the south and east of the Interstate 71 corridor.
The NWS predicted that much of the area will see less than an inch of snow accumulation, though more northwestern counties may not see any. The snow may create slick driving conditions that might affect the Monday morning commute.
Highs on Sunday will be around 36 degrees, falling to a low around 23 degrees overnight.
There may also be some light snow for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with a chance of snow during the morning and a slight chance of flurries in the afternoon. Skies will be cloudy, with a high around 33 degrees.
Any snow chances are predicted to end before dark, for a cloudy, quiet night. Low temperatures will be around 23 degrees.