Potent system delivers mess of rain, snow to Cincinnati; 1-Three inches attainable

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SCHEDULE: Potent System Delivers Cincinnati Disorder From Rain And Snow; 1-3 inches possible

Updated: 11:49 PM EST January 29, 2021

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SHEREE: YOU USUALLY SEE AND PUSH IT when needed. Let’s check in with Kevin. ONCE IT BEGINS, WILL REALLY COME DOWN. KEVIN: SOMETIMES THE DEVILS IN THE DETAILS, ESPECIALLY WITH THE STREETS. The other night temperatures fell in the 20’s when the snow was flying. In this case, temperatures will rise in the 30’s. IT COULD MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE. I think for sure further north of the OHIO river you are going. You will come across snow-covered roads. I’ve made adjustments to the forecast. We still have snow to rain to see what it looks like when we get back on Monday. WE ARE STARTING THE NEXT WEEK, WE ARE STILL TRADING WITH THIS WEATHER SYSTEM. HERE WE GO. Here’s a look at the weekend storm system. IT’S DRY AGAIN ALL DAY. The snow breaks out tomorrow night and comes down overnight on Saturday before switching to rain on Sunday morning. EXPECTED A TOTAL TO THREE INCHES ABOVE THE TRI-STATE. I’ll talk more about these numbers in a moment. We change to rain on Sunday and then we can pick up another inch or so on the back of this system when the colder air returns to Monday on Sunday evening. HERE WE GO, QUIET MORNING. If you want sun, get out early. It will be around before it fades behind increasing clouds. SEE WHAT HAPPENS HERE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. We’re starting to see snow starting to try, probably between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. This is between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. and then a second surge of moisture occurs which turns the snow into rain. What is usually the case in the OHIO Valley? The warmer air is moving faster than expected and I think this could be one of those scenarios, especially for people near the OHIO river and the south. By 5:00 a.m., the rain snow line has climbed all the way to the northernmost community, so many of us can experience rain in the area before sunrise and then there will be rain every now and then during the day. AND COLDER AIR SUNDAY NIGHT, THEN BACK IN A LITTLE SNOW. Here’s what I did with the snowfall amounts. I think a total of one to three, but I cut them down a bit, especially south of the OHIO river. I generally think an inch or under for North Kentucky. NORTH OF THE RIVER BY 275, SOUTHERN PARTS OF BUTLER, WARREN, CLINTON COUNTIES, probably an inch or two in many of these areas. YOU COULD END AN OPPORTUNITY AT 2.5. I still think the big winners in this scenario are the northernmost communities where you have the best chance of taking in more than three inches of snow in the tri-state. IN GENERAL IT IS ONE TO THREE, BUT I THINK MORE LIKE ONE TO TWO HERE IN THE METRO AREA AGAINST THE THREE AMOUNTS FURTHER NORTH. NOW OUTSIDE IT’S CHILLY. 25 DEGREES AT THE AIRPORT. We have an east wind at the moment. TEMPERATURES IN GENERAL IN THE YOUTH UP TO 20:17 IN LOVELAND, THE COLD POINT. We’re about 20 in town. We’re going to drop the next couple of hours to the low 20’s and the top teens and early sun tomorrow will send the highs into the top 30’s. We’ll be 19 in the city tomorrow and tomorrow, 38 for the high snow in the evening. THE DAY PLANNER SHOWS – THIS STARTING TIME OF 7:00 CANNOT BE BAD BECAUSE THE TEMPERATURES ARE STILL ABOVE FREEZING, THAT THE FIRST FAST BURST CAN SIMPLY PAVE THE ROADS TO COVER THE SNOW AND CLIMB WITH TEMPERATURES THINK ROAST AFTER 30 H THIS GOING HELD BY THE WEATHER AGAINST THE OTHER NIGHT. SHEREE: Luckily it’s not a typical work day, so folks

SCHEDULE: Potent System Delivers Cincinnati Disorder From Rain And Snow; 1-3 inches possible

Updated: 11:49 PM EST January 29, 2021

Another strong storm system is said to bring snow and rain to the Cincinnati area. Enjoy calm and cold weather until Saturday afternoon. Big changes come after dark. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALARMS // SCHOOL, BUSINESS CLOSING Friday starts cold. Cincinnati has all day sunshine with above average temperatures in the afternoon hours. It will be clear and cool on Friday evening. Clouds roll on Saturday. Over the next few nights and evenings, watch out for potential black ice resulting from melting snow during the day. Big changes come on Saturday night with an outbreak of heavy snow. The snow arrives after 5 p.m. and continues overnight before turning to rain early Sunday morning. Travel is likely to be impacted, especially Saturday evening through early Sunday morning when snow falls and snow-covered roads are likely. There may be a snow break on Saturday evening before the heaviest snow falls from midnight to Sunday from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. Many will see 1 to 2 inches of snow with more snow in the north, possibly up to 3 inches and only about 1 inch in parts of northern Kentucky. Temperatures will rise during the night and during the day on Sundays, turning snow into rain at sunrise. Rain showers during the day Sunday turn to snow again overnight and linger until Monday morning with additional light accumulations. The highs on Sunday hit the lows of the 1940s, then fall on Sunday night in the 1920s and remain stable below freezing on Monday. Further effects on the roads are likely on Monday. Stay tuned.

Another strong storm system is said to bring snow and rain to the Cincinnati area.

Enjoy calm and cold weather until Saturday afternoon. Big changes come after dark.

LIVE RADAR // // LATEST WEATHER ALARMS // // SCHOOL, BUSINESS CLOSURES

Friday starts cold. Cincinnati has all day sunshine with above average temperatures in the afternoon hours. It will be clear and cool on Friday evening.

Clouds roll on Saturday. Over the next few nights and evenings, watch out for potential black ice resulting from melting snow during the day.

Big changes come on Saturday night with an outbreak of heavy snow. The snow arrives after 5 p.m. and continues overnight before turning to rain early Sunday morning. Travel is likely to be impacted, especially Saturday evening through early Sunday morning when snow falls and snow-covered roads are likely. There may be a snow break on Saturday evening before the heaviest snow falls from midnight to Sunday from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m.

Many will see 1 to 2 inches of snow with more snow to the north, possibly up to 3 inches, and only 1 inch in parts of northern Kentucky.

Temperatures rise overnight and during the day on Sunday, turning snow into rain at sunrise. Rain showers during the day Sunday turn to snow again overnight and linger until Monday morning with additional light accumulations.

The highs on Sunday hit the lows of the 1940s, then fall on Sunday night in the 1920s and remain stable below freezing on Monday.

Further effects on the roads are likely on Monday. Stay tuned.