Slick spots possible overnight; expect sunshine for Friday, weekend snow

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Snow showers tonight with light accumulations but dry and seasonable end to work week and start of the weekend before a bigger storm system with accumulating snow moves in for Sunday.

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QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Slick spots possible overnight
  • Winter storm Sunday with accumulating snow
  • Arctic air returns

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Thursday Evening 5 Day Forecast

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>>WHAT TO EXPECT: Winter storm with accumulating snow possible this weekend

DETAILED FORECAST

Overnight: Snow showers should have come to an end, but there may be a few slick spots on roadways, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Dontae Jones said. Overnight temperatures should be in the mid-20s.

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Snowing in Dayton

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Friday: A nice March 1 is in store. We'll see a good amount of sunshine with temperatures climbing into the lower to mid-40s.

>> 5-Day Forecast

Saturday: A nice start to the weekend with highs in the low 40s, which is seasonal. There will be sun and scattered clouds, which thicken into the night.

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Sunday: A winter storm with snow accumulations is expected. Forecast models agree on the intensity of the storm, but the track is unclear. Because of this, the location for the highest snow totals and precipitation type cannot be determined right now with certainty.

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>> County-by-County Weather

Monday: Any snow showers will end quickly. Temperatures in the morning begin in the teens with wind chills near zero degrees. Highs for the day will be around 20 degrees. Skies will gradually clear as cold, dry air continues to infiltrate from the northwest.

Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered flurries. Temperatures in the morning will be in the single digits with subzero wind chills. Afternoon temperatures will stay low in the upper teens.

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