CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -While nothing of consequence will fall from the sky overnight, Monday morning is a First Alert Weather Day.
Melting snow and lingering melt water will re-freeze and present problems for the Monday morning commute.
Anticipate a slow go in the morning, especially on secondary roads and in residential areas in many of the hardest hit communities.
Expect to start Monday morning in the low to mid 20s, with afternoon high temps in the low to mid 30s under variably cloudy skies.
Many areas across northern Kentucky saw no snow at all, while random areas to the north saw as much as ten inches. The area-wide average snowfall was 6.2 inches.
Behind this system high pressure will build in and provide drier conditions and slowly moderating temperatures.
With snow pack and clearer skies overnight Monday, Tuesday will begin on a rather cold note in the mid to upper teens. Expect mid 30s Tuesday afternoon under partly cloudy skies.
Clouds return mid-week with a chance for rain and snow on Thursday.
Better chances for winter mixed precipitation occur on Saturday with much colder air to settle in for Sunday.