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Temps drop much below normal for the morning

While it's not the best of forecasts, it will stay dry even though temps drop much below average heading into the overnight. Conditions will remain cold in the in the upper 20s with a few flurries likely around the area. Temperatures bottom out at 21 degrees Friday morning and climb back to 38 degrees at 4pm. So, when you are standing in line it will be COLD!

Skies will be partly cloudy early before turning mostly cloudy and winds will be coming in from the southwest at 5 to 10 mph. As for travel in the Ohio Valley on Friday, we will continue to see great road conditions and a precipitation free forecast.

 

 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Temperatures are climbing as we continue into the extended holiday weekend.  With winds returning from the southwest and picking up at 10 to 15 mph, temperatures will be climb back to the mid 40s on Saturday. Skies will be mostly cloudy but at least it will feel better. Saturday night stays mostly cloudy with a chance for showers late near midnight.

Temperatures continue to climb on Sunday. Highs reach the mid to upper 50s! Some drizzle and light rain will begin to fall as moisture builds into the Tri-State around midday and into the afternoon. 

 

OVERNIGHT

Mostly cloudy-partly cloudy overnight
Colder, feels like 13-15°F
LOW: 21

FRIDAY

Partly to mostly cloudy
Cold again
HIGH: 38

FRIDAY NIGHT

Mostly cloudy
Not as cold
LOW: 29

SATURDAY

Mostly cloudy
More mild
HIGH: 50

 

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