Updated 11 months ago by Stormtracker Meteorologist Tom Ackerman
2012 wraps up with yet another winter storm blowing through the Ohio Valley. Most of your Monday should be mostly cloudy, cold and quiet with highs in the mid to upper 30s. The first round of precipitation will work it's way up the Ohio River late Monday bringing light rain/snow showers with minor accumulation possible mainly over northern Kentucky into southern Indiana. A winter weather advisory is in effect Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning for a few counties west of the viewing area and southern Indiana but only includes Henry county so far.
After a late evening break we'll see a more robust round of rain, snow and mixed precipitation rolling in early New Year's day with light sleet and freezing rain possibly making travel hazardous overnight. Ice and snow accumulation up to an inch is possible. This will be a much lower than our last round of snow but the addition of a light icy mix could make the roads much worse especially in northern counties. Lows overnight will drop to right around freezing with highs Tuesday in the mid 30s. The rest of the week looks dry, quiet and cold with highs in the low 30s and lows in the 20s possibly in the teens.