Precipitation chances will gradually fall throughout the night, accompanied by breezy winds and slowly falling temperatures. Overnight lows will fall to around 29 degrees. NWS cautioned that once again slick roads are possible Sunday overnight and into Monday morning.
By Monday night, the NWS predicted the snow will have stopped, leading to a cold, breezy night as clouds gradually decrease. Nighttime temperatures will dip to a low of around 18 degrees, with the wind chill making it feel as low as about 10 degrees.
A few lingering snow showers are possible Monday into Tuesday, but the region will begin to dry out Tuesday afternoon. The day will stay chilly in the mid 20s with sunshine possible. Wednesday will warm to the low 30s with the region staying dry.
Precipitation could return Thursday with the Miami Valley closing the work week with more wet weather. Details and the timing of any precipitation is not cleat at this time however.