- Flood Watch in effect through Tuesday afternoon
- Wind gusts between 40 and 50 mph Tuesday night
- Colder temperatures for Wednesday
Overnight: Steady, widespread rain is likely through the overnight hours. Areas north of U.S. 36 initially will deal with light icing due to surface temperatures below freezing. Motorists should be cautious of slippery conditions. Temperatures will rise through the night, and all precipitation transitions to rain. Some minor flooding is possible in spots by morning. Also, some patchy fog may contribute to reduced visibility.
Tuesday: Rain will be widespread in the morning.
“Drivers should watch for ponding on the road, as well as some areas of possible flooding along the Great Miami River,” Vrydaghs said.
Temperatures soar into the low 50s with gusty winds developing. Expect scattered downpours for the evening drive, and for rain to become snow at night. Winds pick up 35 to 45 mph and strong winds at night, with the saturated ground, could lead to some isolated power outages. Light snow accumulation is possible as well.
Wednesday: It’s still windy with some snow-covered and/or slick morning roads. Showers end quickly and it’ll be colder with highs in the upper 30s.
Thursday: There’ll be a break between systems towards week’s end. Highs peak in the upper 40s and they’ll be some dry time with increasing clouds through the day. Rain showers return at night.
Friday: Rain showers continue. Highs reach around 50 degrees early, though cold air will cut in through the day. Rain showers may briefly end with some light snow.
Saturday: Much colder to start the weekend with some morning flurries possible. Clouds will break for some afternoon sunshine with highs reaching the lower 30s.