Cold today; Chance of accumulating snow on Sunday

A Dayton police officer speaks to citizens at Courthouse Square last winter. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

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A Dayton police officer speaks to citizens at Courthouse Square last winter. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

It will be mostly cold today, with a high around 26 degrees, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington. Some clouds could bring light snow flurries during the day, but by the evening will move out of the area.

Lows will drop down into single digits overnight, but some areas in Southwest Ohio could hit 10 degrees.

On Saturday, temperatures will be a little warmer, though highs will only top out around freezing, or about 32 degrees. Clouds will increase as the day goes on and winds will pick up some for breezy, partly sunny conditions in the evening.

Saturday night, clouds will continue to increase as temperatures fall to a low around 21 degrees.

Sunday morning the chance for snow returns. Snow shows are expected to last throughout the day before tapering off in the evening. West Central Ohio could get about an inch or two of snow, according to NWS.

Highs Sunday will be around 31 degrees.

Sunday night, clouds will decrease somewhat, but they will start to increase again going into Monday morning. Temperatures will fall to around 17 degrees.

More snow is possible Monday night into Tuesday morning. While Northern Ohio is expected to see the biggest snow impact overnight, counties closer to the Ohio River could get a rain-snow mix Tuesday, according to NWS. More information about that system will be available in the next few days.

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