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Morning: FREEZING..Clear..Upper-20s/Low-30s..Light Winds
Evening: COLD..Clear..Low-50s after Sunset
Overnight: NEAR FREEZING..Clear..Upper-30s
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Overnight Update From Scott Dimmich
11:00pm, Saturday, February 28, 2015
With temperatures rising into the low 30s overnight, snow will begin to mix with freezing rain and rain. This mix of snow, freezing rain, and rain will turn to a rain/snow mix by the afternoon with temperatures rising into the mid and upper 30s. Freezing rain will not cause power outages, but it will likely create slick spots on Tri-State roads. Rain and snow will end as all snow Sunday night with temperatures settling through the 30s and 20s. Storm total snowfall accumulations will center around 1-3" for much of southwest Ohio and southeastern Indiana with the possibility for 3"+ in parts of Fayette, Union, Franklin, and northern Butler County. A sun/cloud mix is forecast Monday with afternoon high temperatures in the mid 30s. While some freezing rain and sleet may mix in early Tuesday, widespread rain and scattered thunderstorms are forecast Tuesday through early Wednesday. After reaching into the low and mid 50s Tuesday, temperatures will fall through the 50s, 40s, and 30s on Wednesday as rain and storms turn to snow showers by the afternoon and evening. Sunshine will return to the Tri-State late in the upcoming work week, but high and low temperatures will be well below average. Meteorologist Josh Knight will be tracking rain, freezing ran, and snow late in the weekend on Good Morning Cincinnati Sunday from 8 to 9am and from 11am to 12pm!
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