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Tonight: Clouds begin rolling back in throughout the overnight hours as the next system approaches. Temperatures will fall into the teens before warmer air begins to make its push into the Miami Valley.
Warmer air and rain will briefly appear on Monday before the arctic temperatures invade once again.
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Monday: Warmer temperatures will work in from the south as high temperatures climb towards the lower to mid 40s. A brief band of wintry mix could push into the northern Miami Valley early, but most will see rain showers waving in by the afternoon. As colder temperatures push in, we will transition from rain to a wintry mix, then snow after the sun sets. Temperatures overnight will drop significantly, and a dusting to ½" of snow could accumulate.
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Tuesday: Untreated roads could start with snow on them, but the majority of roads shouldn't see any issues. Lingering snow showers and flurries possible in the morning. High temperatures will only climb to about 20 degrees with wind gusts as high as 30 mph. Wind chills throughout the day will likely stay in the single digits, and much colder temperatures will arrive overnight.
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Wednesday: Arctic air arrives bringing low temperatures below 0 degrees and wind chills as low as -30. High temperatures are forecast to remain in the single digits. Partly cloudy skies overhead.
Thursday: Temperatures will start as low as -5 degrees with wind chills near -30 in the morning hours. Mostly sunny skies will try to warm the bitter cold temperatures. Highs will rebound into the middle teens.
Friday: Slightly warmer temperatures begin to move back in as high temperatures climb into the upper 20s. There will be mostly cloudy skies with a chance for a few snow showers.