While the frigid air is still around for Tuesday morning, this week is generally running either seasonal or above average which should create some snow melt around the Tri-State. Warmer winds out of the southwest will push the temps into the 40s both on Tuesday and Wednesday. Plus, more 40s later this week too.
In between, a mostly dry cold front will swing through the area with a small chance for a wintry mix. Another chance for precipitation comes on Friday and right now, it's running at about a 40% chance for rain with the warmer temps.
One other note...the Ohio River is running high near flood stage of 52 feet. However, the forecast takes the river back down over the next few days.
Mostly Sunny later
Not as cold