We keep the winter deep freeze going as clear skies overnight has dropped temperatures into the 20s or even the teens. Wind is not overly strong so that should minimize the wind chill effect, however at times it will feel like 10-15 degrees outside this morning. Bundle up if heading out to the Sunday Services. May want to allow extra time to account for icy windshields.
We’ll warm slightly this afternoon as a wind shift out of the south brings in warmer air. This wind shift will also be responsible for more clouds coverage and you’ll notice the sunshine decreases through the day. The clouds are just the precursor to the rain that will arrive through Monday. A deep low pushing down from Canada today, will move northeast through the beginning of the work week. Temperatures will be well above freezing when the bulk of the moisture is here, so this is primarily a rain event. Once the cold front clears, some of the leftover showers may turn over to flurries or light snow, but we’re not expecting much out them it at this time. A second low will again move northeast through the Ohio River Valley and will bring another round of rain showers Thursday into Friday. The cold air transported by this system will take temperatures down to the coldest we’ll feel so far this season: the low to mid-30s.