Clear skies, arctic cold air, snow pack, light winds...it's the recipe for extreme temperatures and that's exactly the story for us heading toward the morning. We'll see temperatures plunge to zero or below by daybreak. When this happens, we'll set a record low temperature in Cincinnati. The record low is 2 degrees set in 1960 and my forecast low is -2 at 7 a.m. However, the stage is set for big changes over the next few days that will bring us above average temperatures.
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