More snow is expected. The heaviest amounts will stay farther south but most of the Miami Valley will at least see some snowfall.
First let’s get through the rain – there’s rain on the radar and we’ll continue to see it through the night. We’ve already picked up about a quarter of an inch in Dayton and close to an inch in Cincinnati. (As of 5 p.m.)
With all of the snow melt and rain we’re seeing reduced visibility at times. Be sure to use caution tonight and tomorrow morning…it will be a little foggy.
There’s also a FLOOD WATCH in effect for Warren and Clinton county. The snow melt and moderate rain may cause some flooding issues.
The rain will continue tonight and into early Wednesday morning.
By Wednesday morning we’ll see the chance for a wintry mix as colder air moves into the area. The colder air will eventually switch the mix over to all snow during the day. There’s still a chance for some snow early Thursday morning.
A WINTER STORM WARNING goes into effect Wednesday at noon and continues until Thursday 1 p.m. for Warren and Clinton counties. There’s a WINTER STORM WATCH for Butler and Greene counties.
It looks like the heaviest snowfall will occur farther south. However most of the area will still see the chance for some accumulating snow.
There’s going to be a tight gradient of snow – meaning there will be a big difference in amounts in a short distance.
We’ll continue to track this system as it moves through. Be sure to check in with Jamie Jarosik in the morning for the latest conditions.