Wind chills will dip to single digits overnight

Wind chills will dip to single digits overnight
(Source: WMC Action News 5)

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Light snow showers are moving through the FOX19 NOW viewing area and along with gusty winds, it feels like winter again.

I cannot rule out an isolated icy patch on roads in the morning but that will be rare. With brisk winds settling down overnight to a stiff breeze and temperatures falling into the 20s, as you head out the door wind chill temps will range from 5 to 15 degrees for the morning commute.

More than 5 inches of rain has been measured at CVG so far this month, setting the stage for both small stream and Ohio River flooding. The good news is that the next bout of heavy rain may not arrive until Feb. 19.

Until then, wet snow is in the forecast Friday evening and Saturday morning and a light mix of rain and snow should fall Sunday.

Beginning to feel a lot like winter (again)

The total amount of water falling those three days will be enough to keep the soil wet but not enough to aggravate the flooding situation. At this point it looks like the track of a fast moving Alberta clipper will be across Tennessee Saturday putting our region in a transition zone from almost no snow near Dayton, Ohio to significant accumulations between Cincinnati and Lexington, Ky.

A small change in the track of the storm will be a big difference is snow totals. The possibility of more small stream flooding returns Tuesday into Wednesday next week.

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