Temperatures tumble to the middle teens by daybreak but it will remain dry. Light winds will allow for wide spread frost overnight. More sunshine will greet us and it will warm up a bit. Highs will climb to the upper 30s. Clouds will thicken by the evening with the chance for snow by 10 p.m.
We will see snow into Saturday morning and the snow will come down heavy at times. I expect about 1-2" of snow by 7 a.m. Around another inch will fall before the snow will mix with and change to rain, in most areas. Neighborhoods north of Cincinnati will see the snow last a bit longer into the morning. Highs will reach the mid 30s in the afternoon.
Then, Saturday night the dropping temperatures will likely produce more snow showers with a bit more accumulation. Lows will fall to the mid 20s. Partly Cloudy skies will return for Sunday but it will be cold again with highs in the upper 20s.
Low 16 degrees
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