Snowfall is continuing to end but road conditions will still be an issue heading into the morning commute according to Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini.
Snow will taper off from northwest to southeast across the Miami Valley as temperatures will stay around 20. Winds will stay constant as well with wind chills dipping to the single digits in some spots.
Road conditions will be a concern as roads will be sloppy from previous snowfall as well as blowing a drifting snow onto roadways. Champaign, Clark, Clinton and Greene counties remain under a Winter Weather Advisory until 7 a.m.
Temperatures will be in the 20s and upper teens with wind chills in the single digits today. Clouds will break for some afternoon sunshine. Temperatures will hold in the 20s through the day, but refreeze is likely Monday night as temperatures drop into the teens by Tuesday morning.
Tuesday: Skies will be mainly cloudy with a chace for a few flurries. It will be another cold day starting in the teens and highs in the upper 20s.
Wednesday: Highs pressure will bring back sunshine on Wednesday and a brief warm up. Highs expected in the mid-30s.
Thursday: Another clipper will bring rain and snow showers into the area for Thursday. Precipitation will transition over to snow Thursday night. Highs around 40 degrees.
Friday: It will be partly sunny and slightly below normal with highs in the low 30s.
The advisory remains until 7 a.m. Monday for Miami, Clark, Darke, Champaign, Shelby, Mercer, Logan and Auglaize counties in Ohio and Wayne County in Indiana.
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