Rain and snow move out as winds howl

A small chance of a wintry mix Monday for a few areas
Cincygram: The Cincinnati skyline from day to night
Posted at 5:52 AM, Nov 14, 2021

Rain and snow are moving out but winds pick up in the wake of a cold front. That means harsh wind chills overnight. The low bottoms out near 29 but it may feel like teens in many Tri-State communities as you're walking out the door Monday morning.

Monday is another cold day and a minor disturbance may provide another small chance of a wintry mix along and near I-70 Monday afternoon. It's going to be a chilly start to the work week but a warm-up will ensue Tuesday and Wednesday, pushing our temperatures to the lower 60s and even near 70 Wednesday ahead of our next cold front that brings more rain.
Temperatures fall back into 40s Thursday and Friday. We warm into the 50s this weekend.

Few flurries, mostly cloudy
Low: 29

Clouds, sun to late day clouds
Slight chance of wintry mix north
High: 43

Partly cloudy
Low: 34


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