Another bit cold start

Snow showers head for the Tri-State
Wednesday afternoon high temperatures
Posted at 3:30 AM, Jan 26, 2022
and last updated 2022-01-27 00:08:16-05

More colder than average conditions continue into Thursday morning. For that matter, more arctic air is heading our way. The front bringing the frigid air will also likely trigger a few snow showers. The snow showers could begin as early as Thursday night and will likely scattered across the Tri-State overnight into Friday morning. I'm expecting a dusting to, perhaps, a 1/2" of snow. Some roads mostly southeast of Greater Cincinnati could see a light covering on the roads.

In the meantime, conditions will feel like near zero out the door in the morning and we'll cloud up with the cold front moving across the area. After the clouds and snow showers Friday, skies will clear into the evening staying clear into Saturday. Highs will only reach the low to mid 20s before a turn around on Sunday.

Right now, another potential snow maker is heading for us by Sunday midday. But, nothing points to any precipitation as it moves through the Tri-State. In fact, it appears winds will turn around giving us temps in the 40s and near 50 degrees next week.

Mostly clear
Cold again
Low: 9

Clouds increase quickly
Mostly cloudy
High: 34

Mostly cloudy
Slight snow chance
Low: 24


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