Temperatures today will only climb into the mid to upper teens with partly cloudy skies. A few flurries are possible. Wind chills during the afternoon will fall into the single digits.
This is your 9 First Warning: Sunday, expect snow to develop during the afternoon. We'll likely see accumulations around one inch by the time we head towards 9 p.m. Snow will continue during the overnight and add another inch or two to our accumulations.
Right now, I'm forecasting 1-3" totals by Monday morning, with the best chance at 3" of snow along and south of the Ohio River. The farther north and east you are, the lower chance you have to see 3" of snow. Here's a look at the snow on Future Clouds & Radar by 4 p.m. Sunday.
A few flurries
Around 1" by 9 p.m.
Totals by Monday AM 1-3"
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