How much snow to expect in Cincinnati and when

Snow forecast: How much snow to expect in Cincinnati and when



YOU NEED TO BE PREPARED. HERE’S ALLISON ROGERS WITH THE OUTLOOK THROUGH FRIDAY. ALLISON: WE’VE STILL HAVE SNOW ON THE WAY FOR THE WEENDKE. WHO WILL ARRIVE BY FRIDAY NIGHT. THIS TIME TOMORROW EVENING, THIS SNOW WILL STICK TO SOME OF OUR ROADS, MAKING TRAVELING DIFFICULT. THE REST OF THE NIGHT WILL BE QUIET. TEMPERATURES IN THE LOW 40S AND TOMORROW MORNING WILL NOT BE BAD. 34 DEGREES TOMORROW WILL BE DRY. 42 AT THIS TIME THE SKY IS STILL CLEAR BUT THE CLOUD COVER IS INCREASING OVERNIGHT THROUGH TOMORROW MORNING AND IT WILL BE HERE WITH US THROUGHOUT TOMORROW. EVENTUALLY, IN ADDITION TO CLOUDS, WE WILL START TO SEE SNOW MOVING IN AND BY FRIDAY AFTERNOON FOR INDIANA. IT WILL START TO MOVE IN ALMOST 3H00. DOWNTOWN THE GLASS AROUND 5:00 OR MORE. TEMPERATURES ARE STILL REACHING HIGHS IN THE 50S. THIS NOTE MAP WILL FOLLOW FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING AND WE WILL SEE TEMPERATURES TAKE A PEAK AND EVENTUALLY DROP AROUND 11 PM FRIDAY NIGHT TO SATURDAY MORNING. LIKYEL SEARCH ACCUMULATION AFTER THE SUN IS BEGINNING TO COVER. WE WILL SEE ONE TO THREE INCHES OF SNOW EVERYWHERE. HOW IS IT FOR A SNOW STORM IN MID MARCH? FLURRIES CONTINUE SATURDAY MORNING AND THE WIND CHILL WILL BE BRILLIANT SATURDAY MORNING, EVEN AFTER THE SCARY NIGHT. IT WILL RECORD FOR 20 IS WHEITN IS REALLY IN THE 30S. BUT SATURDAY MORNING IT WILL BE LIKE SINGLE NUMBERS. TOMORROW WE START TO SEE THE OWSN CERTAINLY SUMMER AROUND 5H00. IT WILL BE HEAVY AT TIMES, WIND ABOUT 3 MILES PER HOUR, GUSTING UP TO 30. AND BECAUSE — 30 MILES PER HOUR, GUSTING UP TO 30. I THINK WE WILL SEE STICKY SNOW ON OUR ROADS THROUGH MANY O CINCINNATI TO SOME DELICATE TRAVELS TOMORROW NIGHT AT THIS TIME. AND IF YOU ARE SOUTHEAST OF THE CITY, YOU HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF SEEING HIGHER SNOWFLAKE TOTALS CLOSER TO THREE INCHES. FUTURECAST STARTS AT A QUIET FITRS THING IN THE MORNING AROUND 3:00 AM WE WILL START TO SEE SNOW MOVING THROUGH OUR INDIAN COMMUNITIES NORTH OF 74. THEN WE WILL START FOLLOWING THE SNOW LINE REMEMBERING IN HAMIONLT COUNTY, THE SUBWAY OF CINCINNATI, AND PARTS OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY. SHORT CHANCE OF A WORKING ISOLATED MIX, BUT SNOW WILL TAKE QUICKLY AS TEMPERATURES BEGIN TO DROP. 9:30 AM TOMORROW EVENING HEAVY SNOW BANDS FORMING SOUTH AND EAST OF I-71. THESE ARE LOCATIONS UNDER THE WINTER STORM EVIDENCE. THE SNOW STARTS TO EASE EARLY SATURDAY AND BY NOON SATURDAY I EXPECT TO HAVE MOST OF THE SNOW UNTIL THE WINTER STORM EVE, HERE IT IS. EVERYONE IN THE BLUE COLOR BELOW THE WATCH WILL BE CLOSE TO THREE INCHES OF SNOW. SOME LOCATIONS CAN EVEN GO UP MORE THAN FOUR INCHES DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU LIVE AND HOW IT SET UP. IF WE EVENT TO SEE THE HEAVIER BAND OF SNOW. SNOW COVERED ROADS MORE LIKELY LOOK FOR THESE LOCATIONS UNDER WINTERTO SRM MONITORING, BUT MAY STILL SEE TRAVEL TRKYIC AND SNOW COVERED AREAS IN THE METRO, ESPECIALLY HIGH SURFACES. AS IF THAT’S NOT ENOUGH, I WANT TO GIVE YOU A SNAPSHOT OF WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO FEEL ON SATURDAY MORNING. WHEN CHILLS WILL LIKELY BE IN THE CIVILIAN NUMBERS SATURDAY MORNING AND BY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, TEMPERATURES WILL REACH AROUND 27 AND WIND CHILLS WILL BE CLOSER TO 15 DURING MOST SURAT NOON. AFTER THIS, THE SUN HAS AWAY AND TEMPERATURES BEGIN TO WARM. THINGS START TO SHAPE FROM SUNDAY. FIRST, MUST GO TOMORROW, A WEATHER IMPACT DAY. SO HEAVY COATS, SO SNOW BOOTS, ME SALT

Snow forecast: How much snow to expect in Cincinnati and when

While Thursday will bring temperatures into the 50s, don’t put away those heavy coats just yet. The weather will be calm until the snow starts piling up Friday evening. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTSThursday will be pleasant with highs in the 50s and lows in the mid 30s. Friday will likely be a very interesting weather day as an arctic cold front moves through the Ohio Valley. After seeing highs in the mid/50s, temperatures will plummet through the afternoon, setting the stage for a fast-paced winter storm Friday evening. Snow may not accumulate initially, but with temperatures plummeting into the 20s plus northerly winds gusting to 30 mph and impressive snow, travel impacts will become likely by mid-evening. An early catch brings 1-3 inches of snow for much of Greater Cincinnati. However, some areas far southeast of I-71, including parts of Bracken, Robertson, Mason counties in Kentucky and southern Brown and Adams counties in Ohio, could see 3 at 5 inches. The snow should end before sunrise on Saturday, with only a few lingering showers. Lows will be in the low 20s with highs Saturday in the middle/upper 20s. St. Patrick’s Day Parade drinks will stay cold! Saturday night will be freezing with lows of probably 10 to 15 degrees. Ouch!

While Thursday will bring temperatures into the 50s, don’t put away those heavy coats just yet.

The weather will be calm until the snow starts piling up Friday evening.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS

Thursday will be nice with highs in the 50s and lows in the mid 30s.

Friday will likely be a very interesting weather day as an arctic cold front moves through the Ohio Valley.

After seeing highs in the mid/50s, temperatures will plummet through the afternoon, setting the stage for a fast-paced winter storm Friday evening.

Snow may not accumulate initially, but with temperatures plummeting into the 20s plus northerly winds gusting to 30 mph and impressive snow, travel impacts will become likely by mid-evening.

An early catch brings 1-3 inches of snow for much of Greater Cincinnati. However, some areas far southeast of I-71, including parts of Bracken, Robertson, Mason counties in Kentucky and southern Brown and Adams counties in Ohio, could see 3 at 5 inches.

The snow should end before sunrise on Saturday, with only a few lingering showers. Lows will be in the low 20s with highs Saturday in the middle/upper 20s. St. Patrick’s Day Parade drinks will stay cold!

Saturday night will be freezing with lows of probably 10 to 15 degrees. Ouch!

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