CINCINNATI — Today is a 9 First Warning Weather Alert Day as snow continues to fall along with slick travel conditions. However, the snow will subside after 8 p.m. and we'll see just flurries until clearing begins overnight. The next problem will be the arctic cold temperatures falling into the single digits and feeling like near, or below, zero!
With these very cold temps, roads will refreeze into daybreak leading to slick, icy conditions around the Tri-State. Some roads will be treacherous until the sunshine comes out for a few hours. So Saturday will be sunny but very cold all day as afternoon highs will only reach the low to mid 20s. Then, the good weather news kicks in.
Sunday will see temperatures climbing to near normal into the mid to upper 30s. There will be occasional clouds with a system swinging through the region. At the moment, it looks dry. However, it bears watching. Afternoon highs next week will climb to around 50 degrees and rain is in the forecast midweek.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect until 10 p.m. tonight.