Gradual warm up but rain and snow chances ahead

Warming up with rain and snow this week

Skies gradually clear overnight allowing temperatures to plummet into the lower 20s. Expect full sunshine and seasonal temperatures in the mid to upper 40s Sunday.


Unseasonably cold night

The return of a southerly flow and high pressure over the region will keep us dry as well. But only for a day. Moisture from the south will move into the Tri-State late Sunday into Monday and with cold air in place, we could see a slight chance for an isolated wintry mix to start the day Monday. Spotty rain sticks around during the day as temperatures rise into the lower 50s. We'll continue to have an unsettled weather pattern through the week.

A warm front will move over the Ohio Valley Tuesday and produce more rain. Highs will top off near 60 degrees.

March comes in like a lion Wednesday with the chance of rain, a few spring-like thunderstorms and temperatures in the mid 60s. We rapidly cool back to 40s behind the front on Thursday. With colder air in place we will have a couple of opportunities to see more light snow showers in our overnight and early morning hours but temperatures rise to near seasonal levels in the 40s by afternoon.

Decreasing clouds
Much colder
Low: 23


Mostly sunny
High: 46


Increasing clouds
Low: 36


AM wintry mix chance
Afternoon rain chance
High:  52

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