CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Showers will end before noon.
The remainder of today and Sunday will be mostly cloudy with only a few peeks of blue sky.
The next system heading for the Tri-State will begin to cause precipitation in Cincinnati metro after 10 p.m. Sunday and it will begin as a wet wintry mix of rain and snow.
Southerly winds will increase and warm air will be transported into the Ohio Valley as the storm closes in on Cincinnati, causing temperatures to rise to near 50 degrees in many locations across Northern Kentucky by sunrise Monday.
With temperatures warming, some slushy accumulation is possible at the onset of precipitation but it will quickly melt leaving behind a wet Monday morning commute.