Snow showers deliver mild accumulation to Cincinnati this weekend

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Two weak storm centers will move to Cincinnati this weekend bringing snow to the area. However, don’t expect to see more than an inch. On Friday morning, rain rolls over the area as a cold front traverses. The rain will go away in the morning and it will be dry in the middle of the day. Temperatures will be close to 40 degrees in the early afternoon. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER WARNINGS The second part of the system arrives in the middle to late afternoon. Cincinnati will briefly see a mix of rain and snow before everything turns to snow after sunset. Friday night lows fall into the upper 20s. Watch out for the occasional slick Friday night, but this shouldn’t be a common problem. Over the weekend, two weak storm centers will fall into the Ohio Valley on Saturday and bring light snow showers. The snow will be in the pockets every now and then. At the moment it looks like the times for more widespread snow will be Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon again. Light dusting is possible on Saturday and another coating is added on Sunday. During the two days, most cities still have less than 1 inch of snow combined. For the day of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, expect mostly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. For the early morning activities, it will be in your top 20s. A stray amount of thunderstorms will also be possible. The maximum values ​​are 40 degrees.

Two weak storm centers will move to Cincinnati this weekend bringing snow to the area.

However, don’t expect to see more than an inch.

It rains in the area on Friday morning as a cold front traverses. The rain will go away in the morning and it will be dry in the middle of the day. The temperatures in the early afternoon are close to 40 degrees.

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The second part of the system arrives in the late afternoon. Cincinnati will briefly see a mix of rain and snow before everything turns to snow after sunset.

Friday night’s lows hit the upper 20s. Watch out for isolated slick spots on Friday nights, but that shouldn’t be a common problem.

At the weekend, two weak storm centers will fall in the Ohio Valley and bring light snow showers.

The snow will be in the pockets every now and then. At the moment it looks like the times for more widespread snow will be Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon again. Light dusting is possible on Saturday and another coating is added on Sunday.

During the two days, most cities still have less than 1 inch of snow combined.

Are you planning for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day on Monday mostly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. For the early morning activities, it will be in your top 20s. A stray amount of thunderstorms will also be possible. The maximum values ​​are 40 degrees.