An upper-level disturbance made it look and feel wintry this weekend, bringing enough to snow to cover the ground in western Ohio.

Temperatures hovered in the 30s all day, under mainly cloudy skies. Skies will partially clear overnight, sending more readings plunging into the upper 20s.

High pressure building east from Canada will maintain a broad northwesterly flow of unseasonably cold air. Sunshine will brighten the day on Monday, though readings will only edge up into the low 40s.

A southern system will bring a mix of snow/rain on Tuesday. Temperatures will struggle to rise above 40 degrees through next weekend, averaging about 20 degrees below normal, with a reinforcing blast of cold air.

Forecast

  • Tonight: Partial clearing. Low 29
  • Monday: Partly cloudy. High 42
  • Tuesday: Cloudy, snow/rain mix. High 38 (32 )
  • Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, breezy. High 39 (34)
  • Thursday: Mix clouds and sun, colder. High 36 (27)
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. High 34 (24)
  • Saturday: Sunny. High 34 (20)