Flood Warnings continue for some; Bitterly cold to start weekend

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Cold temperatures along with breezy winds will give us frigid wind chills to end the week and start the weekend.

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QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

Flood Warning is extended until 4 a.m. Saturday for Clark, Miami counties

Flood Warning in effect until 5 a.m. Saturday for Randolph County (Indiana);

Flood Warning continues until 10:36 a.m. Saturday for Great Miami River at Middletown

  • Below zero wind chills tonight
  • Snow, light accumulation Sunday into Sunday night
  • Higher temperatures next week

>> Dangers of driving through flood water

>> Flooding, high water affecting many roads throughout the Miami Valley

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>>National Weather Service: EF-0 tornado responsible for storm damage in Clark County

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DETAILED FORECAST

Tonight: Breezy conditions will continue as temperatures fall through the night, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Dontae Jones said.

Clear skies as temperatures fall through the 20s toward an overnight low in the single digits, along with wind chills as low as 5 below zero.

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Friday Midday 5 Day Forecast

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Saturday: A bitterly cold morning around 10 degrees to start the weekend with wind chills likely below zero. Expect sunshine and another dry day as highs reach in the upper 20s, still colder than normal.

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Sunday: Clouds quickly increase and highs peak in the upper 30s to end the weekend. Moisture returns, falling as rain and snow showers later in the afternoon. It'll be colder at night, which will lead to some light snow, though accumulation won't be heavy with 1 or 2 inches at most.

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Monday: The roads could be slick in the morning from any light snow. A wintry mix is possible south before changing to rain and moving north during the day. Highs reach in the upper 30s again.

>>RELATED: River flooding impacts to continue into the evening

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Tuesday: It'll be warmer in the upper 40s. Rain showers quickly taper off into the afternoon.

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Wednesday: Cloudy but blustery with some light snow showers or flurries possible.

>> 5-Day Forecast 

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