- Nearly steady temperatures through the night
- Few rain/snow showers Thursday
- Accumulating snow possible late weekend
Overnight Wednesday: Temperatures will fall into the middle 30s. With the line of moisture moving through, some snowflakes may mix in overnight as temperatures fall. Most of the area may be dry by morning.
Today: Mostly cloudy, breezy and cooler. Chance of rain showers mixing with snow early. A few more rain showers may redevelop midday as a cold front passes through. Temperatures will reach near 40 and then fall through the second half of the day after the cold front settles south. A blustery northwest wind will pull colder air into the Miami Valley and may produce a few flurries or passing snow showers into the late day and evening hours. Overnight lows will drop into the lower teens by Friday morning with wind chills near or slightly below zero.
Friday: A bitter morning with temperatures in the teens and wind chills close to zero. Some morning flurries and cloud cover will give way to more sunshine for the afternoon. Highs stay below normal in the lower 20s.
Saturday: Increasing clouds and becoming breezy. A cold front will bring scattered snow showers to the area late day and into the night. Snow showers are likely to continue through the night. Highs for the day in the middle 30s.
Sunday: Waking up to a light accumulation of snow. A few snow showers are still possible and may mix with some rain into the afternoon as temperatures climb into the middle 30s. A little breezy at times as well.
Monday: Partly sunny and colder with highs in the upper 20s.