Thursday 2/28 Forecast: Continued Snow Shower Chances, Still Cold!

TODAY: Snow showers will continue to rotate through today, but coverage should be less than overnight (especially later today). In some of the heavier snow showers (which will look impressive at times), I still cannot rule out a quick inch of accumulation but most areas probably won’t get that. Roads should be fine, except reduced visibility in some of the snow showers. I expect highs in the middle 30’s at best today.

FRIDAY: Expect cloudy skies and highs only around 37 after lows close to 30.

THE WEEKEND: I am removing the snow chance from the forecast on Saturday. Highs will be around freezing both days with morning lows of 21 on Saturday and 24 on Sunday.

MONDAY: At this point we still appear to be dry but maybe a bit warmer with lows around 27 and highs closer to 40 degrees. Skies will be partly cloudy.

TUESDAY: The next system comes in, and it is too early to call rain vs snow (and if the latter, how much). Highs will be around 40 with lows down to 25.

WEDNESDAY: Early signals suggest a high around 35 on Wednesday under mostly cloudy skies.

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Wednesday 2/27 Evening Forecast Update: Impressive Looking Snow Showers

TONIGHT-FRIDAY: Snow showers will be around overnight, as well as tomorrow and possibly even Friday. In some of the heavier snow showers (which will look impressive at times), I cannot rule out a quick inch of accumulation but most areas probably won’t get that. Roads should be fine, except reduced visibility in some of the snow showers. I expect lows around 25 tonight and highs in the middle to upper 30’s at best tomorrow and Friday. Friday morning lows go down to 21.

THE WEEKEND: I can’t rule out some snow showers Saturday, but Sunday we finally get all precip outta here. Highs will be around freezing both days with morning lows of 21 on Saturday and 24 on Sunday. This will all depend on if we can get some snow cover down — if we do, these numbers could need adjustment.

MONDAY-TUESDAY At this point we still appear to be dry but maybe a bit warmer with lows around 27 and highs closer to 40 degrees. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy.

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Wednesday 2/27 Forecast: Rain to Snow and a Slow Downward Temp Trend Today

TODAY-FRIDAY: The rain changes over to snow showers today, which stick around through Thursday and maybe even into Friday. In some of the heavier snow showers I cannot rule out a quick inch of accumulation. Temperatures will hold steady this morning in the upper 30’s and then take a slow downward turn this afternoon as colder air filters in. I expect lows in the 20’s and highs in the middle to upper 30’s tomorrow and Friday.

THE WEEKEND: I can’t rule out some snow showers through the first half of the weekend, but Sunday we finally get all precip outta here. Highs will be around freezing both days with morning lows of 21 on Saturday and 24 on Sunday. This will all depend on if we can get some snow cover down — if we do, these numbers could need adjustment.

MONDAY-TUESDAY At this point we still appear to be dry but maybe a bit warmer with lows around 27 and highs closer to 40 degrees. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy.

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Tuesday 2/26 Forecast: A Damp, Raw Day Ahead

TODAY-THURSDAY: Precipitation begins this morning, and it will be a rainy day. I still cannot rule out some freezing rain in places especially north of the I-275 loop early this morning — so be mindful of that and take it slow. It will also be windy with gusts at times as high as 30-35 MPH. We make it to around 43 this afternoon. The rain changes over to a chance of snow showers tonight and Wednesday, which sticks around through Thursday. I expect lows in the upper 20’s and highs in the middle to upper 30’s both tomorrow and Thursday.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY: The earlier suggestion that we would dry things out is still in play, but I can’t rule out some snow showers for the first half of the weekend. Highs will be around 35 all three days with morning lows of 29 Friday, 21 on Saturday and 24 on Sunday. This will all depend on if we can get some snow cover down — if we do, these numbers could need adjustment.

MONDAY: At this point we still appear to be dry but maybe a bit warmer with lows around 27 and highs closer to 40 degrees.

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Monday 2/25 Evening Forecast Update: Throwing In a Slight Wintry Chance

TONIGHT-THURSDAY: Precipitation begins late tonight (see below for more detailed discussion), and it will be a rainy Tuesday with lows around 34 in the morning. We then make it back to around 43 Tuesday afternoon. The rain changes over to a chance of snow showers Wednesday which sticks around through Thursday, with lows in the upper 20’s and highs in the middle to upper 30’s both Wednesday and Thursday.

A RATHER WINTRY CAVEAT: Now…here’s where the headline comes in. We’ve already got the wintry precipitation chances on Wednesday. The problem is, the last two runs of the GFS, particularly some of the BUFKIT data (I’ll try to get into that discussion at a later time, but basically it’s a visualization of the data that the model spits out for a specific location) tried to produce some freezing rain as far south as the metro area. While I can’t see how this occurs given that the atmosphere looks too warm on the graphical representations, and no other model is even throwing the chance in this far south…I also can’t rule out beginning as some wintry precipitation thanks in large part to something called evaporative cooling (you may remember it’s bit me on the tail end before). I would rather err on the side of caution and put the chance in than leave it out and risk having you unprepared. Consequently, I will put in a slight chance of wintry mixed precipitation late tonight and early tomorrow morning as far south as the city of Cincinnati, before about 8 AM — at which point it should all change over to rain. The higher potential for this is north of Cincinnati though, and really as you push north of I-70. I want to err on the side of extreme caution however.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY: The earlier suggestion that we would dry things out is still in play, but I can’t rule out some snow showers for the first half of the weekend. Highs will be around 35 all three days with morning lows of 29 Friday, 21 on Saturday and 24 on Sunday. This will all depend on if we can get some snow cover down — if we do, these numbers could need adjustment.

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Monday 2/25 Forecast: Another Nice Monday…Wet Tuesday!

TODAY: The calm before the next storm continues, with sunny skies and a high around 47 after a low of 26 this morning.

TONIGHT-THURSDAY: Rain begins late tonight and it will be a rainy Tuesday with lows around 38 in the morning and then making it back to around 45 Tuesday afternoon. This rain changes over to a chance of snow showers Wednesday which sticks around through Thursday, with lows in the upper 20’s and highs in the middle to upper 30’s both Wednesday and Thursday.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY: We will dry things out but remain mostly cloudy with highs around 35 and lows between 23 and 26.

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Sunday 2/24 Forecast: Another Nice One

TODAY: I look for partly cloudy skies. Highs will be in the middle 40’s and lows tonight fall to around 27.

MONDAY: The calm before the next storm continues, with sunny skies and a high around 47..

TUESDAY-THURSDAY: Looks like a bit of a rain chance Tuesday with lows around 38 Tuesday morning and then making it back to around 45 Tuesday afternoon. This changes to a chance of snow showers Tuesday night which sticks around through Thursday, with lows in the upper 20’s and highs in the upper 30’s both Wednesday and Thursday.

FRIDAY: We will dry things out with highs around 40 after starting out near 30.

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