Winter weather greeted this morning and we have a few more chances through the evening and into Tuesday.
The bulk of the moisture has pushed to our east and out of the area after a wet and snowy morning in many spots. Wind gusts from the northwest will be as strong as 20 to 25 mph at times this evening. On top of the clouds and cold, we may have some intermittent showers roll back through during the evening hours. These showers could also mix with a few snow showers at times, but that isn't too likely.
Isolated showers will push through overnight, but as temperatures start to drop we will see a change over to some flurries. No accumulation is expected with these. It will stay cold and breezy overnight into Tuesday with overnight wind gusts of 20 to 25 mph. Temperatures will fall down towards the low 30s.
Tuesday will be another cold and gloomy day, and don't be surprised with a few more flurries! No accumulation is expected, but we will have a chance at some morning flurries or snow showers all across the Tri-State. High temperatures will be slightly warmer on Tuesday, climbing towards 50°.
Temperatures will start to increase a bit more quickly by midweek as highs jump to the low 60s on Wednesday and upper 60s on Thursday. Wednesday night into Thursday morning will be our next best chance to see showers across the Ohio Valley this week.
The good news is that signs are pointing to a nice warm up as we move into the weekend. Highs return to the upper 60s by Thursday with the 70s looking likely by Friday! There is even a small chance that we could see the 80s for the second time this year!
A Few Flurries toward daybreak
Clouds early-chance for flurries
Partly Sunny later