Much colder temperatures return for Friday

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Overview:  A FLOOD WATCH is in effect now through about 1 AM Friday, with heavy rain and thunderstorms possible at times. Much colder temperatures return for Friday, with morning lows in the mid 20s and afternoon highs only in the mid 30s. Seasonably cold temperatures continue into the weekend, with mid 30s for Saturday and lower 40s for Sunday.

TONIGHT: Rain showers continue, yet as a cold front moves into the region, we may see a brief transition to light snow, which will taper off Friday morning. Overnight low temperatures will be around 26 degrees.

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FRIDAY: Clearing skies develop for Friday, with high temperatures around 35 degrees. Mostly sunny skies are expected for the afternoon hours.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and much colder temperatures develop, with an overnight low of 12 degrees.

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny skies and cold temperatures develop, with a high of 36 degrees.

SATURDAY NIGHT:  Mostly clear skies continue, with an overnight low temperature of 21 degrees.

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy skies develop for Sunday, with late day rain showers, and a high temperature of 42 degrees. A rain-snow mix will be possible across Northern Kentucky.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Rain showers to a little wintry mix will be possible, with overnight low temperatures around 32 degrees.

MONDAY: Scattered rain showers will be possible, with a chilly high temperature of 44 degrees.

MONDAY NIGHT: Rain chances continue, with an overnight low temperature of 34 degrees.

TUESDAY: Scattered rain showers and cool temperatures develop, with a high of 52 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and cold temperatures linger, with an overnight low temperature of 32 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures continue, with a high temperature of 46 degrees.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and freezing cold temperatures develop, with a low of 28 degrees.

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures develop, with a high of 45 degrees.

-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers

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