OVERNIGHT: Mostly cloudy and cold overnight as a cold front passes through and triggers a few flurries or a snow shower, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. No accumulation is expected but the wind will pick up. Low temperatures are expected to hit the mid-20s overnight. Look for colder air to arrive Wednesday.
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WEDNESDAY: There will be a slight chance of a passing flurry or light snow shower early, then clouds will break for sunshine. It will be a chilly day with highs only reaching the lower 30s. A breezy day will create wind chills in the 20s.
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THURSDAY: It will be dry early with some sunshine, then clouds will increase through the day. Highs will push to around 50 degrees in the afternoon. Rain showers will arrive into the night with the best chance for showers overnight.
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FRIDAY: Scattered showers are likely for Friday that could be heavy at times. It will be a windy day and mild with highs in the upper 50s.
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SATURDAY: Moderate to heavy rain is possible. Temperatures will climb into the lower 60s before falling as a cold front passes. Most areas around the Miami Valley will just see rain showers, but the far northwest may see a little mix of rain and snow as cold air arrives at night. Rain totals from this storm will range from two to four inches.
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Sunday: It will be dry and cooler to end the weekend. Clouds will break for sunshine and highs in the low 40s.