Temperatures climb as heavy rain strikes into Cincinnati space Monday

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SCHEDULE: Temperatures will rise when heavy rain hits the Cincinnati area on Monday

Updated: 1:17 PM EST January 25, 2021

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PEOPLE ARE SAFE AND GET THE CARE THAT THEY NEED. In the meantime, you will likely be more informed today as you may be on your way to work. WE HAVE THE WINTER WEATHER THROUGH. It was so cold that weekend, it wasn’t any different than it had been, but it felt colder so I didn’t leave the house. RANDI: I think I went out shopping for groceries, that was quite a lot this weekend. WHEN YOU START THE DAY YOU MAY NOT BE OUTSIDE, TEMPERATURES WILL FREEZE AT OR BELOW. EVEN IF THE RADAR IS SHOWING RAIN SHOWERS TRYING TO MOVE YOUR WAY TO LOUISVILLE, OUR TEMPERATURES IN CINCINNATI ARE ENOUGH COLD THAT WE WILL SUPPORT SOME FREEZER THIS MORNING. IN OUR MOST SOUTHERN COMMUNITY WE ARE IN OWEN COUNTY, AND THE TEMPERATURES ARE AROUND 33 DEGREES. Right there on the border, but warm enough to support easy rain. Further north we will see the potential for the rain to freeze. Maybe even a pair of snowflakes getting involved. NOW IS A WINTER WEATHER ADVISOR FOR EVERYONE. IT HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO INCLUDE THE ENTIRE WLWT VIEWING AREA. It takes effect in about 12 minutes at the start of the lesson and lasts until 3:00 p.m. IF YOU’RE AROUND THE 275 LOOP, IT WILL BE CLOSER UNTIL 7:00 AM UNTIL THIS IRON RULE OR SNOW LINE MAKES YOU THE WAY TO YOU. For the next hour and half, the rain showered mostly through areas south of the 71-75 split. IN NORTH KENTUCKY TEMPERATURES AROUND 31 DEGREES. THAT WOULD BRING THE POTENTIAL TO FREEZING RAIN SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS TO THE LEADING EDGE. Around 8:00 am there will be the divider. TO THE SOUTH, WARM ENOUGH FOR COLD RAIN BUT THE POTENTIAL FOR FREEZING RAIN AND THROUGH CINCINNATI. AS WE GO AFTER 9:00 THIS MORNING TO END THE MORNING RUSH I think for the 275 loop, TEMPERATURES 31 or 32 DEGREES, you will see freezing rain. 11:00 a.m. we start to warm up. By noon most places will be above freezing. Between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm, I think we’re switching from the potential to freeze rain and snow to just create rain. The rain showers are studies for the even ride. Around midnight or so, they start logging out. TODAY IS A WEATHER EFFECT. Freezing rain or snow this morning. We warm up between 11:00 and 13:00, and then we switch to plain rain. Up to 1/10 inch of ice is possible. Watch this closely in the heart of the morning drive. We have an average of about an inch of rain during the day. TODAY A WINTER WEATHER ADVICE IS EFFECTED. 31 DEGREES NOW AT CVG. You will see the transition from freezing rain in the morning to simple rain in the afternoon. TODAY IS A WEATHER EFFECT. ICE EARLY TO RAIN. CLOUDY, POSSIBLY A STRAY SHOWER TOMORROW, A HIGH OF 48. LOOKING FOR S.

SCHEDULE: Temperatures will rise when heavy rain hits the Cincinnati area on Monday

Updated: 1:17 PM EST January 25, 2021

In most areas there is a wintry mix on the way out that soaks the rest of the day on Monday. LATEST ALARMS // LIVE RADAR // SCHOOL CLOSING The winter weather recommendation applies until 3 p.m. The freezing rain may have a little ice on untreated surfaces, but that should melt in the afternoon when temperatures warm to the bottom 40. Heavy rain occurs in the afternoon and will be the heaviest in northern Kentucky, but in most areas throughout the Tri-State. Overall, Monday looks like a day. The total amount of rain is about an inch. Temperatures are likely to stay above freezing through Tuesday, which means all rain showers are rain. A return of snow seems possible Wednesday evening through Thursday morning, but the total seems low at this point.

In most areas there is a wintry mix on the way out that soaks the rest of the day on Monday.

LATEST ALARMS // // LIVE RADAR // // SCHOOL CLOSINGS

A winter weather report is in effect until 3 p.m.

The freezing rain may have left some ice on untreated surfaces, but that should melt in the afternoon, when temperatures warm to the lower 40s.

Heavy rain increases in the afternoon and will be the heaviest in northern Kentucky, but stable in most areas throughout the Tri-State.

Overall, Monday looks like a day. The total amount of rain is about an inch.

Temperatures are likely to stay above freezing through Tuesday, which means all rain showers are rain.

A return of snow seems possible Wednesday evening through Thursday morning, but the total seems low at this point.