After torrential rain across the Tri-State, light showers remain as the temperatures fall under the freezing mark. This is going to give us a chance for slick conditions into Friday morning. Freezing rain has already begun in spots, mostly northwest of Greater Cincinnati. Other spots will see flurries, or some of this freezing rain. This will end by daybreak. Temperatures and winds will combine to make a raw start to the morning as morning lows fall to the low to mid 20s by daybreak.
Mostly cloudy skies will give way to sunshine through the later morning, but highs will only reach the mid 30s in most communities. Clear skies will allow the Friday lows to fall again to the mid to lower 20s by Saturday morning.
The weekend will be split from a temperature stand point. While both days will be mostly sunny, a cold front will re-enforce the winter conditions on Saturday. However, Sunday's highs will climb into the low 50s as warmer, southwest winds push the temps up in the afternoon. Temperatures rise even more into the week into the 60s. We will likely see an active weather week with a few chances for rain and snow.
Some freezing rain
Then mostly sunny
Clear and dry