Winter Weather Coverage

Winter storm to hit the northeast will dump a little snow in our area before moving east

Last Updated 4 months ago by Devontae Jackson.

Courtesy of COD Nexlab

A low-pressure system will move south of the area. As cooler temps move into the area from the north, warmer temps will move into the area from the south. So, we will be in this sort of rain/snow line battle zone.

Courtesy of COD Nexlab

Looking at future temperatures here West Ohio. Temperatures will be fluctuating throughout the day on Wednesday around the freezing point, 32F. This will be a major factor in determining how much snow we could see here in the Miami Valley.

So, snow will move into the area overnight tonight into Wednesday morning. Snow will continue into Wednesday afternoon and evening. Again with temperatures fluctuating snow could change over to rain and back to snow throughout the day, especially for areas south of I-70. Some snow could also be steady at times as well. Lingering light snow will possibly continue into Thursday and Friday.

Courtesy of COD Nexlab NAM Model

Alright, so at least a trace of snow is possible here in our area. Most likely 1 to 2 inches of snow is possible and at most 3 to 4 inches of snow is possible. The highest snow accumulations will be Dayton and northward.

Another thing to watch for will be slick spots on the roads. This forecast could change.


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