CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - FRIDAY IS A FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY. Look for morning snow and slick driving.
The wind chill Thursday morning dropped to -28 degrees at CVG making it a rare cold day in Cincinnati. Wind chills that low have only occurred for a total of about 200 hours (out of 635,000 hours) in the entire record of weather observations at our international airport.
Six locations recorded wind chill temperatures of -30 degrees or colder. The coldest locations were the Wilmington Air Park and the Oxford Airport with bitter cold readings of -32 degrees.
A fast moving Alberta clipper is dropping southeastward from the lee slopes of the Canadian Rockies.
The snow it is making will arrive Thursday evening and end Friday morning. Several inches could accumulate and make Friday morning a slow go.
Temperatures are headed for 60 degrees and rain early next week.