Cincinnati begins to thaw out subsequent week, with no extra accumulating snow in sight

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After two weeks of wintry weather, Cincinnati is starting to thaw next week with no more snow piling up. So far, February 2021 will be the second snowiest February in the Cincinnati area with 21.9 inches of snow reported at the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport. That’s just over the 21.4 inches reported in February 1941, and shy of the 2010 record of 26.1 inches. LIVE RADAR // CLOSURES & DELAYS // WEATHER WARNINGS Friday stays cold. Temperatures start in their upper teens. But for the afternoon the sunshine returns with highs of 25 degrees. With a clear sky on Friday evening, it quickly plunges back into youth at sunset. Overnight clear skies usually mean a very cold start to Saturday. The lows are close to zero when the sky stays clear. But Saturday is going to be better than most of the past two weeks: expect sunshine and highs close to freezing. On Sunday the winds are turning south and we will finally climb above freezing with some sun early in the day and hit the low 40s. The clouds will arrive quickly on Sunday afternoon and there is a possibility of a mix of rain and snow from Sunday evening through Monday. The Sunday night lows are likely to stay above freezing for a change so no road impact is expected. This rain / snow mixture continues for the journey on Monday morning. This should end in the morning. The temperatures on Monday hang between the mid and late 30s. The warm-up begins on Tuesday with highs close to 50 degrees in the middle of the week. In the forecast on Thursday, expect rain again.

After two weeks of wintry weather, Cincinnati is starting to thaw next week with no more snow piling up.

So far, February 2021 will be the second snowiest February in the Cincinnati area. 21.9 inches of snow are reported at the Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky International Airport.

That is just above the 21.4 inches reported in February 1941 and shy away from the record of 26.1 inches in 2010.

LIVE RADAR // // CLOSURES & DELAYS // // WEATHER WARNINGS

Friday stays cold. Temperatures start in their upper teens. But for the afternoon the sunshine returns with highs of 25 degrees. With a clear sky on Friday night, it quickly dips back into the teens when the sun goes down.

Overnight clear skies usually mean a very cold start to Saturday. The lows are close to zero when the sky stays clear. But Saturday is going to be better than most of the past two weeks: expect sunshine and highs close to freezing.

On Sunday the wind will turn south and we will finally climb above freezing with some sun early in the day and hit the low 40s.

The clouds will arrive quickly on Sunday afternoon and there is a possibility of a mix of rain and snow from Sunday evening through Monday. Sunday evening lows are likely to stay above freezing for a change, so no road impact is expected.

This rain / snow mixture continues for the journey on Monday morning. This should end in the morning. The temperatures on Monday hang between the mid and late 30s.

The warm-up begins on Tuesday with highs close to 50 degrees in the middle of the week.

In the forecast on Thursday, expect rain again.