Jennifer Edwards Baker reports:
A dusting of snow that left just a few tenths of an inch on area highways and roads earlier this morning has moved out.
The low was recorded at 22 degrees with a wind chill of 14 just before 7 a.m. at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The mercury will remain in the 20s the rest of the morning, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.
The high temperature will go up to around 30 under gradually sunny skies.
An arctic cold front moves in after midnight.
The low temperature will tumble to 11 degrees with wind chills as cold as minus 4.
There’s another, slight chance for snow. Little to no accumulation is expected.
It will be mostly sunny, but the mercury will struggle to reach 20 degrees by 5 p.m.
Temperatures on Wednesday night will fall back into the low teens. Wind chills will feel as low as zero.
Thursday will be sunny with a high near 25. Thursday night should be mostly clear but frigid with a low around 5.
Friday will be partly sunny with a high of 30 degrees.
Our next chance for snow showers could be Friday night. It will be cloudy with a low around 23. Accumulations should be minor.
This weekend looks dry as daytime temperatures remain in the 30s.
Overnight lows will fall to the teens and 20s.
More snow is the forecast late Sunday and early Monday. It’s not clear yet how much could pile up.