Tonight is partly to mostly cloudy and milder. Temperatures fall into the lower 30s overnight. Winds will be out of the south about 5-10 mph tonight.
Thursday will be slightly cooler with highs in the low 40s. You'll also notice a lot of cloud cover tomorrow. A weak area of low pressure is moving through the Ohio Valley, thus the change. But this system doesn't have a lot of moisture with it so it doesn't look likely that we'll see rain or snow Thursday. There's a slight chance that something develops with this system, but not enough to lead to any travel issues.
Friday's forecast is mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 30s. A light north wind is pulling the temperature down a bit.
And we are still monitoring the weekend forecast for snow. It looks like the system will stay southwest of us on Saturday, keeping snow out of the Tri-State for the day. The only possible locations that could see a few flurries would be our very southwest counties Saturday morning, but even there, isn't nothing to worry about.
Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy
Steady southwest wind
Not too cold
Slight precip chance