Cold Temperatures Return This Week With Snow Chances

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 2/24 11:37 pm
Midnight Update:  Skies have remained mostly clear early tonight, with more clouds expected across Northern Kentucky, as a weather disturbance passes through the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes.  There will be a chance for a few flurries north of I-64 as we continue into the early morning hours of Tuesday.  Tuesday morning low temperatures will be around 24 degrees.  Tuesday will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies through the day, with a high of 38 degrees.  Snow showers will develop Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning.  Snowfall accumulations will be around a dusting to one inch, with isolated two inches possible.  Wednesday morning low temperatures will be around 15 degrees, with slick spots possible for the Wednesday morning commute.  Wednesday will be a frigid day, with only a high of 24 degrees, and partly sunny skies. 
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This week will feature temperatures well-below normal, as arctic air returns to our region. There will also be a chance for light accumulating snowfall this week as well.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies will develop tonight, with a weather disturbance passing to our north. There will be a chance for some flurries for areas north of I-64. Overnight low temperatures will fall to 24 degrees.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies will continue for Tuesday, with an afternoon high of 38 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Another weather disturbance will pass through the region, bringing the chance for snow showers Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning. At this time, only a dusting to one inch is expected, with isolated 2 inches possible. With overnight low temperatures falling to around 15 degrees by Wednesday morning, there is a concern for slick roadways for travelers Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning.

WEDNESDAY: Snow showers will taper off Wednesday morning, with partly sunny skies developing into the afternoon. Wednesday will be a frigid day, with only a high of 24 degrees.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies will return Wednesday night, with overnight low temperatures falling to 12 degrees by early Thursday morning.

THURSDAY: The frigid temperatures continue for Thursday, with partly to mostly cloudy skies developing by the afternoon, with a high of only 25 degrees. There will be another chance for flurries late in the day, especially across Northern Kentucky.

FRIDAY: The below normal temperatures continue for the end of the work week, with a high of 29 degrees, and partly to mostly cloudy skies.

WEEKEND: There will be a chance for snow showers Friday night into early Saturday. Saturday will feature mostly cloudy skies with a high of 38 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies continue for Sunday, with a high of 35 degrees.

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