An Alberta clipper system brought a light snowfall (1-3 inches) and gusty southwest winds, making roads slick. Temperatures edged up to freezing but will dip sharply tonight into the upper 10s creating slippery conditions due to refreezing.
Another quick-moving northern system will zip across the region Monday afternoon, accompanied by periods of snow in the late morning and a second round in the late afternoon, turning into a light wintry mix in southern Ohio. Accumulations will be in the range of 1-2 inches, and the evening commute could turn slippery north of I-70. Flurries will add a light additional snowfall Monday night, before tapering off early Tuesday.
High temperatures Monday will rise a little above freezing, then fall back into the 20s the remainder of the week, with a reinforcing blast of cold air. The next chance for light snow will come Thursday night or Friday with a weak clipper system.
- Tonight: Cloudy, cold, stray flurry, brief partial clearing late. Low 16
- Monday: Clouds thicken, periods of snow (1-2″). High 33
- Tuesday: Blustery, colder, few flurries. High 22 (15)
- Wednesday: More sun, very cold. High 21 (4)
- Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 27 (6)
- Friday: Mostly cloudy, snow showers. High 32 (20)
- Saturday: Partly cloudy, cold. High 27 (14)