6:00 AM -- MONDAY FEBRUARY 18TH, 2019
Morning: Clouds and patchy freezing drizzle and light flakes. Low: 29
Monday: Mostly cloudy with a few flakes possible in the AM too. Cold continues. High: 34
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and cooler. Snow moves in late from south to north. High: 48
Few flurries/cold rain drops are possible for your Monday, though it will have little impact on your President's Day plans. Tuesday will also be almost dry. High temps both days will be below average in the 30s.
Our next Weathermaker starts problems late Tuesday and into early morning hours Wednesday as snow (could be quickly heavier) to wintry mix with accumulation possible before rain takes over in the morning on Wednesday. Watch for a SLOPPY commute Wednesday morning due to wintry weather and a slow commute that same afternoon with a threat for a few heavy downpours of rain. We could easily see an inch of rainfall Wednesday, after finally falling below Flood Stage on the Ohio this past weekend.
Thursday and Friday will be dry before rain takes over for the weekend. We will be warmer this weekend though, nearly 60 degrees!
Meteorologist Tera Blake
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Today's Record Temperatures