Winter Weather Advisory on Valentine's Day

More accumulating snow Sunday afternoon

Another cold night with below zero wind chill. Lows near 6 degrees. Sunday morning will be cloudy and cold. There is a slight chance of isolated flurries or brief snow shower in our southwestern communities by 10 a.m. Snow will develop during the early part of the afternoon. From noon until Monday morning, it will be a 9 First Warning Alert Day as much of the Tri-State will see 1-3 inches of accumulating snowfall by early Monday morning.

 Accumulating snow on Valentine's Day

An area of low pressure will spread moisture from the northwest and with our very cold air mass in place, that moisture will produce widespread snowfall. The snow will begin from southwest to northeast around noon.

A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at Noon until Mon 10 a.m., for: Hamilton and Clermont Counties in OH, Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll, Owen, Grant, Pendleton, Bracken, Robertson Counties in N. Kentucky and Dearborn, Ripley, Ohio and Switzerland Counties in SE Indiana.

A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 5 p.m. until Mon 10 a.m. for Brown, Adams and Highland County in Ohio and Mason County in N. Kentucky.

Expect 1-3" of snow on the ground by Monday morning. Check back with us frequently as timing and snowfall amounts are subject to change as we continue to track this system.

Timing of Sunday Snow

Temperatures will rise to near 40 degrees Monday afternoon and likely be in the lower 40s Tuesday. There is a chance of snow mixing with rain during the day Monday and again early Tuesday but no additional accumulation is forecast.  By Wednesday, our atmosphere stabilizes and drier conditions set in with temperatures reaching the mid 50s by the end of the week.

SATURDAY NIGHT

Partly cloudy
Even colder
Low: 6

SUNDAY

Afternoon snow
Around 2" possible by 10 p.m.
High: 27

SUNDAY NIGHT

Scattered snow continues
Tapering through overnight
Low: 30

MONDAY

Spotty snow after 6 a.m.
Cloudy with slight rain chance PM
High: 39

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