Light snow will taper off to flurries, leaving behind a dusting of snow before ending Friday afternoon, as a weak disturbance moves east. A heavier band of snow before dawn coated roads in southern Ohio, where a winter weather advisory was issued for Clinton, Highland and Pike counties until 1 p.m.
Get ready for a return of windy, rainy conditions late Saturday afternoon as a stronger system in the northern Plains heads lifts a warm front across Ohio. A few embedded thunderstorms are possible Saturday afternoon, and winds will gust to 30 mph.
A cold front will follow early Sunday, bringing an end to the rain, followed by very blustery and seasonably cool conditios that will be with us through the start of the work week.