Wednesday night, some rain moving northeast into western Indiana. The bulk of this will stay northwest, and what might move into our area during the late evening hours should pretty much fizzle out, says Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Jamie Simpson. A possible sprinkle or light shower late this evening to the northwest. Overnight, there is a better chance for some showers moving into the area, especially toward morning. Temperatures will fall into the mid to upper-30s overnight.
Thursday, rain should be light and tapering off through the morning commute. Areas south and east of Dayton and Springfield may get little or no precipitation. It should be fairly cloudy all day but warming into the lower-50s. Another batch of rain will hit the area after the evening commute.
Friday, the mid-40s will start the day and highs should reach to the mid-50s with cloudy skies. Rain more likely during the afternoon and evening hours. Rain will gradually taper down after midnight.
Saturday, the morning with be dry but much colder. Morning lows will be near 30 with upper-20s north and only recover into the mid-30s with a mix of sun and clouds. Winds will be in the 10-20 mph range which should produce wind chills in the low to mid-20s during the day. We may see a few flurries to the northwest.
Sunday, more sun and less wind, but colder. Lows in the upper teens and highs in the upper-20s,
Monday, becoming cloudy with snow showers arriving in the evening. It may only be a very light snow, but maybe enough to create slick spots later in the evening. Monday morning will start near 20 degrees with an afternoon high near 35, Monday night may drop back below freezing when snow showers arrive.