- Rain moves in Saturday evening
- Potential slick spots on roads
- Cooler air returns
Rain will continue into Sunday morning, before ending as a cold front moves through. High pressure will then build back into the area, bringing cooler and drier conditions to start the week ahead. Clouds will build and rain will move in ahead of an approaching cold front. Temperatures remain mild overnight, staying in the upper 30s.
Even though air temps are in the upper 30s, the road temperatures are right around freezing. Rain is freezing on contact and creating some slippery, icy conditions. Take it slow if you're heading out tonight or early Sunday.
NOW-6:00 AM: Widespread rain, heavy at times
6:00 AM-12:00 PM: Isolated showers north, scattered showers south of the Ohio River
Sunday afternoon: Drying out, temperatures dropping
Temperatures look to stay just above the freezing mark for much of this. Highs Sunday will be in the low to mid 40s, but we will actually reach our high temperature early on in the day! We'll be in the 40s to start, but after the cold front pushes through the area, cooler air will settle into the area. We'll fall into the lower 30s by Sunday evening.
Monday starts off on the cold side with highs only in the 30s. Most of us will not make it above freezing. Tuesday is slightly warmer but still struggles to get above freezing. Wednesday and beyond will be above average. We'll stay fairly quiet this week.