The Ohio River remains above flood stage throughout our area, cresting Saturday afternoon and Saturday night. Flood warnings for the Ohio River are expected to run through the weekend and perhaps beyond as the river stays above flood stage into Sunday.
Wet snow arrives this afternoon and continues to fall this evening before shutting off overnight. Some rain may be mixed in this afternoon. Snow accumulations through tonight will range from very little across lower elevations to as much as 2" across higher elevations. Sunday should be dry for a change as morning clouds break for sun. Rain showers return into Monday with a push of milder air. Record warmth is forecast for Tuesday as high temperature climb into the 70's. It stays warm into Wednesday as showers return by afternoon. Colder air returns for Thursday as showers wind down. The active pattern continues with more rain by Friday afternoon.
Today: Becoming cloudy, wet snow breaks out this afternoon overspreading the area from south to north, some rain may be mixed in at times this afternoon, high 38.
Tonight: Wet snow especially this evening, snow accumulation ranging from very little across lower elevations to as much as 2" across higher elevations, cloudy, low 31.
Sunday: Morning clouds break for afternoon sun, high 45.
Sunday Night: Increasing clouds, showers break out towards morning, low 35, temperatures rise to around 40 by morning.
Monday: Cloudy, rain showers likely, milder, high 58.
Monday Night: Rain showers gradually end, cloudy, low 54.
Tuesday: Clouds and breaks of sun, record warmth, high 72. Previous record is 68 set in 2016.
Tuesday Night: Mostly cloudy, low 56.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon rain showers, high 68.
Wednesday Night: Rain showers likely, low 43.
Thursday: Morning showers end, cloudy, cooler, high 45.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, afternoon rain,low 33, high 52.
Today's Record Temperatures