It's going to be quiet through Thursday with seasonal afternoon temps near 50 degrees. But, it's another story on Friday. While the front half of the day will be dry, rain will start in the afternoon.
Then, we'll see snow on Friday night into Saturday morning and it will change over quickly. It will melt at first as road temperatures are mild, but as snow rates increase, snow will stat accumulating.
Slick roads should be expected on Saturday morning. It appears the snow will begin after 9 p.m. and really get going near midnight across Greater Cincinnati. Overall, 2-3" of snow looks like a good bet, maybe up to 4" of snow is possible in some areas southeast of Greater Cincinnati, like near Maysville.
Also, this front triggering the snow will sweep in very cold air. Temps won't reach freezing on Saturday and drop to the teens by Sunday morning. Sunday will rebound with afternoon temps in the low to mid 40s with mostly sunny skies.