Temperatures drop quickly and it's going to be extremely cold. The temperature in the city drops to 8 degrees with the outlying areas to the north close to zero degrees. And when you factor in the light northwest wind, you better believe it's going to feel even colder. Wind chills will range between 0 and -5 for many towns on Wednesday morning. Then, wind chills could dip as low at -10 in SE Indiana, so a Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for Fayette and Union Counties in Indiana.
NEW: A wind chill advisory has been issued for Fayette and Union County (IN) for Tuesday night into Wednesday morning from 1 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wind chills as low as -15 are possible. @wcpo #cincywx pic.twitter.com/IR8V4U1hKz
— Jennifer Ketchmark (@KetchmarkWCPO) January 25, 2022
Wednesday will be a mostly sunny and cold day. We will only reach the low 20s and the "feels-like" temps are in the teens.
We are watching a weak cold front coming in later in the week that will likely produce snow showers. At the moment, the timing looks to be late Thursday into Friday. I'm only expecting a dusting to about 1/2" for most communities.
Mostly clear by daybreak