Cloudy And Cold Tonight With Light Snow Along Ohio River


UPDATED: Monday March 17, 2014 5:09 AM

  SUNDAY AFTERNOON WEATHER DISCUSSION
Date: March 16th    Time:  3:00pm    Meteorologist: Eric Elwell
 
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Evening:    Cloudy skies and blustery with a few flurries. Light snow in southern Ohio.
Tonight:    Cloudy skies with light snow south. Low: 22
Tomorrow:    Clearing skies. Cool. High: 44
Tuesday    Sunny and much warmer. High: 57

Special Information:
    A winter storm tracking to the south of Ohio will continue to spread light snow into southern Ohio through tonight. Snowfall accumulations of 1 to 3 inches will be possible mainly south of US Highway 50 down to the Ohio River. Elsewhere, skies will be cloudy with a chance for a few flurries through early tonight. It will be blustery and cold with temperatures falling into the lower 20’s overnight. Wind chill readings will fall into the single digits to lower teens.
  Skies will clear Monday with seasonably cool temperatures in the forecast.  Highs will hold in the lower 40’s. Sunny skies and warmer temperatures are in the forecast Tuesday with a chance for showers midweek. Temperatures will remain near or above normal Wednesday through Saturday before more chilly air returns late next weekend.

Alerts :  WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY far southern Ohio until 6am Monday. (Includes Scioto County)
                                                                                                                                          
Inconvenient Weather:  A storm system passing south of Ohio will continue to push some light snow into far southern Ohio. Snowfall amounts will generally be light and confined to areas south of US Highway 50. Up to 1-3” of snow is possible near the Ohio River. Elsewhere it will be cloudy and blustery through the night with wind chill readings falling into the single digits and teens tonight.

Planning your Day:  Skies will clear with seasonably cool temperatures in the lower 40’s by afternoon.
       
Stats:  Averages: 51/33 Record High: 79 (1945) /  Record Low: 4 (1900)
            Tonight’s Sunset: 7:39 p.m. / Monday Sunrise: 7:40 a.m. / Sunset: 7:40 p.m.
            Snowfall so far this season: 53.9” (+29.9”)