Frigid morning for us

Morning lows will drop 10 degrees below average

Our Wednesday will start frigid and finish with a nearly seasonal afternoon. With clear skies now, rush hour temps will only be in the teens. In fact, we'll stay in the 20s through mid morning. Lunchtime temps will climb to nearly 30 degrees as increasing clouds will make it mostly cloudy by the end of the day.

Wednesday night will be mostly cloudy and with a wind shift to the southeast temperatures will remain steady through the night. We'll be just below freezing for Thursday morning.

Rain returns Thursday-Chance of morning freezing rain

The next chance for precipitation develops on Thursday morning as an area of low pressure moves through the Ohio Valley.We could see a couple hours of freezing rain. But, it shouldn't be an issue. Then, a few showers will continue through the day. It's late Thursday night into Friday morning that we could see a slight changeover to light snow. It would be a dusting at best, the way it looks at right now.

Finally, an early look at this next weekend shows that Saturday is dry and seasonal with highs in the mid to upper 30s. Sunday is a day we'll have to watch. Early indications point to the potential for a rain/snow mix on Sunday. There could be a light accumulation. We are tracking the system right now.

OVERNIGHT

Clear skies
& cold
Low: 15

WEDNESDAY

Mostly sunny
Increasing afternoon clouds
High: 35

WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Mostly cloudy
Not as cold
Low: 29

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