A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect for Adams, Mason, and Robertson counties at 4 p.m.
Right now, it appears that the bulk of the storm will be south of our area, but some areas in Northern Kentucky could see a rain/snow mix by noon, changing over to snow this evening. 1-2 inches of accumulation is possible by tonight for areas far south of the Ohio River.
Temperatures will be much cooler today, hovering around freezing all afternoon, along with strong winds. It’s going to be a cold night, as temperatures fall into the low 20s by sunrise Monday. Your St. Patrick’s Day looks cold, but it will be dry, with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon.
Warmer weather returns Tuesday and Wednesday as highs soar into the mid and upper 50s. We pick up a chance of rain Tuesday night, into Wednesday. Spring begins Thursday and we’re expecting seasonal weather with partly cloudy skies and a high of 53.
Mostly cloudy & windy
Chance of rain/snow late (mainly south of Ohio River)
Afternoon temp: 32
Mostly cloudy skies
Chance of snow
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Mostly cloudy early,
Becoming partly cloudy
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