Tonight: Few Flurries Ending Early, Variable Clouds
Low: 24 Winds: WNW 4-8 mph
Monday: Partly Cloudy to Start, More Sun Later.
High: 29 Winds: NW 4-8 mph
Tuesday: Rain. Heavy at times. Some Mix/Ice before noon.
Snow is leaving the Miami Valley, and leaving over 4" of fresh, wet snow in its wake. A few flurries may linger early Sunday evening, then clouds will begin to disperse after midnight. Temps will stay in the mid-20's, keeping us very seasonable tonight.
Monday will be slightly cooler, but afternoon sunshine will make us feel a bit warmer. Highs will be in the upper-20's. Tuesday will bring another round of wet weather, as temps rise near 50 degrees along a warm front. Early in the day, flurries, and even freezing rain may briefly mix, before the surface rises above freezing in the afternoon. A flood risk exists, as 2" or more of rain is possible, on top of melting snow.