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We’ll see increasing cloud cover and generally quiet conditions through around midnight Monday, with temperatures falling to the 40 degree mark. Then, rain begins to move in from the west after midnight, changing over to a wet, slushy snow by the pre dawn hours of Monday morning. The snow may fall heavy at times and reduce visibility. Slick/slushy spots may also be possible as temperatures fall to around the 30 degree mark.
Snow will continue through much of Monday morning. The greatest snow accumulation will be in the higher elevations of West Virginia, as well as parts of central and eastern Kentucky. Amounts decrease farther north, and it’s likely our counties in southeastern Ohio will only see a few flakes flying with little to no accumulation as the cut off of snow to no snow is very sharp.
Monday afternoon will quiet down and should, in fact,
feature a brief dose of sunshine before clouds approach again later in the evening. As high temperatures rise to the middle 40s on Monday, most if not all the morning snow should melt. However, slick spots may remain possible Monday night into Tuesday morning as lows fall to the middle to upper 20s, coupled with another chance for snow showers.
Tuesday and Wednesday bring the chance for more snow showers and chilly highs in the middle to upper 30s. Drier conditions are expected for Thursday, with a mostly sunny sky and highs in the lower 50s.
Rain showers will be possible from Friday through the upcoming weekend, although confidence is low at this time. Confidence is higher that springlike temperatures will return for this time period. Highs rise to the middle 50s on Friday, the lower 60s on Saturday, and the middle 60s on Sunday.