WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
An upper impulse brought a few periods of light snow changed to freezing drizzle and flurries. Watch for clear ice on sidewalks, driveways, and untreated roads in subfreezing temperatures overnight and early Monday.
A cold rain will develop Monday afternoon, with temperatures in the mid-30s. Sleet and snow will mix in across the northern counties near and north of U.S. 30 for a time.
Low pressure developing in the southern Plains will track northeast to the Ohio Valley Monday night. The weakening storm will push east across northern Ohio Tuesday morning, with temperatures rising to the low 40s, along with a few rain showers. Cooler air will arrive later in the day, with flurries in the north. Seasonably cold and dry weather will return Wednesday behind the storm.
A southern storm will develop over Tennessee late Wednesday and move to the Mid-Atlantic coast Thursday. Although the bulk of the snow with the northern flank of the system stay south of central Ohio, some light snow and gusty winds are likely Wednesday night ending as flurries Thursday morning, as colder air is pulled south by the storm into Ohio.
Tonight: Spotty freezing mist, patchy fog, icy conditions. Low 29 Monday: Slick roads early, rain mid-afternoon, wintry mix north. High 35 Tuesday: Rain showers, cooler late. High 42 (33)
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. High 34 (25)
Thursday: Flurries a.m., brisk, colder. High 27 (18)
Friday: Partly sunny. High 34 (19) Saturday: Clouds, light mix/rain p.m. High 42 (25)
Have a good evening!