A significant warm up will start the work week but a midweek cold front brings chance of rain and a few light snow showers.
The evening looks dry and clear with temperatures falling into the lower 40s after sunset (7:40 p.m.) and 30s prior to midnight. A warm front skirts the Ohio Valley tomorrow and brings a significant warm up into the lower 60s for the better part of 48 hours. Lots of sunshine Monday and much of Tuesday. The next cold front arrives late Tuesday into Wednesday with mostly rain. We'll pick up .25" - .50" of rainfall. A light dusting of snow is possible for a few areas in our northern communities. While other areas see a brief period of rain/snow mixing during the Wednesday morning commute.
They system pushes through quickly leaving us with colder temps in the 30s Thursday, however, our temperatures rapidly rebound into the 50s by Friday.
Have a great day!
Mostly clear skies
Mostly sunny early,
With a few afternoon clouds
Mostly sunny early
Increasing clouds with rain chance late
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