What to expect in Greater Cincinnati

Snow Forecast: What to Expect in Greater Cincinnati



CALIFORNIA, TEXAS AND GEORGIA. STEVEN: WE WILL GET TO THE FORECAST IN A JUNE MOMENT, BUT WEATHERER ALLISON ROGERS IS JOINING US AND SHOULD HAVE FUN WITH KS ID TODAY. ALLISON: I HAVE TO GO TO MANSO TO GO TO MASON’S CHILDREN’S ACADEMY, I HAVE TO READ SOME CLAROSSOMS THERE INCLUDING A SPECIAL CLASS. JUST AHEAD IS MR. JACKSON ALBRITTON. FRONT DAN CENTER. HAD A GOOD TIME. GOT TO READ THE BOOK AT ONE OFLL CLASSES THERE IS SO IT WAS AWESOME. A GREAT WAY TO START MY DAY, NOW THE TEMPERATURES ARE NOT TOO BAD OUTSIDE. FEEL MORE LIKE SPRING EVERYTHING, ESPECIALLY COMPARED TO HOW IT WILL FEEL TOMORROW. 52 IN CINCINNATI, TEMPERATURES IN DILLSBORO AROUND 51 DEGREES. 52 IN LOVELAND, 50 IN HARRISON, A COUPLE OVER 40 FOR SOME TOWNTHISS NIGHTS. 49 AT BLANCHESTER. FEEL GOOD IN CINCINNATI. TONIGHT TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO AROUND 43. MOST CLEAR FOR THE NEXT TWO HOURS BUT CLOUD COVER FINALLY INCREASES TONIGHT. THIS WILL CONTINUE THROUGHOUT TOMOOWRR MORNGNI BY THE TIME YOU WAKE UP IN THE MORNING CLOUDS AROUND 34 FIRST THING SO IT WILL BE COOL. THE REMAINDER OF THEAY ON FRIDAY, GOT CHANGES IN OUR FORECAST. THE SNOW WILL MOVE NEAR THIS TIME TOMORROW NIGHT INTO THE CINCINNATI AREA, STARTING A LITTLE EARLIER FOR SOME OF OUR INDIANA COMMUNITIES. A LITTLE LATER FOR AREAS SOUTH AND EAST OF LOOP 275. BUT IT WILL CONTINUE UNTIL SATURDAY MORNING. WE ARE EXPECTED TO SEE ANYWHERE FROM ONE TO THREE INCHES OF SNOW IN THE VIMONG. SOME OF THIS WILL ACCUMULATE ON ADROWAYS. TRAVEL WILL BE DIFFICULT LATE TOMORROW NIGHT UNTIL SATURDAY NMI.OR STRONG WINDS EXPECTED AS THE SNOW STARTS TO MOVE I WITH SOME WINDS GUSTING UP TO 30 MPH. ONCE ALL IS SAID AND DONE THE SNOW WILL END SATURDAY MORNING AND TEMPERATURES WILL BE SET IN THE 20’S FOR SATURDAY, FRIGID SATURDAY AND BY SUNDAY WILL START BETTER. TEMPERATURES A LITTLE WARMER ON SUNDAY. WE BEGIN TO SEASON SUN AND SIGNS OF SPRING RETURNING ON SUNDAY. LET’S START WITH TOMORROW. TOMORROW MORNING 7:30, GOOD FOR GETTING TO WORK OR SCHOOL EARLY TOMORROW. AROUND 3:00 PM WE WILL BEGIN SNOW MOVING OVER OUR INDIANA COMMUNITIES. THIS WILL HAPPEN NORTH OF 74 FIRST, THEN TO THE CINCINNATI METRO NEAR 5 AM TOMORROW NIGHT. AT 6:00 AM EVERYONE IN THE SUBWAY SEEED SNOW INCLUDING OUR NORTHERN KENTUCKY MET, RO 275 LOOP AND NORTHERN AND NORTHERN OHIO RIVER IN INDIANA. AFTER THIS, EVERYBODY SAW THE SNOW FALLING AROUND 9 AM TOMORROW NIGHT. THAT’S WHEN I EXPECT TO SEE MESO SWNO STARTING TO GET STUCK. YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THESE AREAS HAVE DARK BLUE COROL INDICATING LOST HEAVY SNOW FALLS WILL BE A POSSIBILITY FOR SOME NEIGHBORS, ESPECIALLY SOUTH AND EAST OF I-71. THIS IS WHERE THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS IN EFFECT. FOR THE REMAINDER OF SATURDAY MORNING, HERE IS 5 AM ON SATURDAY, THERE IS STILL SNOW. EXPECT A CHANCE OF FLURRIES UNTIL LUNCH TIME SATURDAY. FOR KENTUCKY COMMUNITIES NOT UNDER STO WINTER WATCH, SNOW WILL BEGIN TO MOVE AROUND 6:00 OR 7:00 AM AND CONTINUE UNTIL EAYRL SATURDAY MORNING. THIS IS WHERE SOME TOTALS WILL BE HIGHER, CLOSER TO TWO TO THREE INCHES. SOME COMMUNITIES MAY HURRY MORE IF YOU CAN BE CATCHED UNDER HEAVIER BANDS OF SNOW. PELEOP TRAVELS FROM FRIDAY EVENING TO SATURDAY MORNING FOR THESE COMMUNITIES AND FOR THE METRO. I EXPECT OUR ROADS TO BE AFFECTED BY SNOW LATE FRIDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. KEEP THIS IN MIND. LATE TOMORROW NIT,GH SNOW ROADS A POSSIBILITY FOR METRO. ONCE WE GET TO SATURDAY, 54 FRIDAY WILL BE IN THE 30S BY FRIDAY NIGHT. IT WILL BE QUITE COLD. SUNDAY 47 FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE AND REMEMBER TO SET THESE CLOCKS ONE HOUR BEFORE YOU SEW ON SATURDAY. ASHL

Snow Forecast: What to Expect in Greater Cincinnati

The weather will be calm until the snow starts piling up Friday evening. The high will provide partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. It will be chilly overnight as temperatures drop into the high 30s to lows in the upper 20s. 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 crashing 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 the Tri-State. The snow will end before sunrise Saturday, with a few lingering showers Saturday. Lows will be in the low 20s with Saturday highs in the mid/high 20s. St. Patrick’s Day Parade drinks will remain cold. Saturday night will be freezing with lows of 10-15 likely.

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

High pressure will provide partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. It will be chilly overnight as temperatures drop into the high 30s to lows in the upper 20s.

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 night.

Snow may not accumulate initially, but with temperatures crashing 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 the Tri-State. The snow will end before sunrise Saturday, with a few lingering showers Saturday.

Lows will be in the low 20s with Saturday highs in the mid/high 20s. St. Patrick’s Day Parade drinks will remain cold. Saturday night will be freezing with lows of 10-15 likely.

Comments are closed.