Temperatures to drop into the single digits overnight

Temperatures to drop into the single digits overnight
Overnight there may be a few flurries, the cloud cover will thin a bit, and temperatures will drop into the single digits.

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Overnight there may be a few flurries, the cloud cover will thin a bit, and temperatures will drop into the single digits. Temps may dip to zero degrees in many areas.

On Friday, the sky will clear and chilly sunshine will rule the day. Late Friday evening into Saturday afternoon there may be occasional, light snow falling in the Tri-State.

Accumulations look to be less than 1 inch by late Saturday morning. Saturday night into Sunday another dusting of snow will occur and with temperatures below freezing Sunday morning, slick spots are possible.

Snow episode number three arrives Sunday afternoon. A cold front will move through the area and light mix of rain and snow is likely. Temperatures Sunday afternoon will be warmer than freezing so roads will be wet and not icy.

Temperatures to drop into the single digits overnight

A strong storm, the fourth in this series, stays well north of Cincinnati Monday. Here on the warm side of the system rain will fall.

Monday night and Tuesday be prepared for an aggressive blast of bitterly cold arctic air. This frigid gift from Canada will dominate the Eastern U.S. the remainder next week. As the air arrives Tuesday snow will fall during morning and temperatures will fall all day reaching the single digits above zero by early evening. The following two mornings temperatures will fall to zero or colder. A warming trend for the first week of February will push temperatures to just below normal for this time of year.

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