Bundle up for your Monday! The long-lasting cloud coverage will finally loosen its grip on Tri-State through today, but temperatures will stay on the cold side. It's going to be a struggle for us to even reach the 40-degree mark. The strong northerly winds will add on to headache, making it feel like the upper-20s and low-30s through the afternoon.
As we head into tomorrow, conditions look to be similar to Monday, but with warmer temps and clearer skies. Conditions will remain cold with highs in the low 40s. Increasing clouds will be possible by the evening before snow/rain chances move in overnight.
All eyes are focused on Wednesday morning. Through the predawn hours, snow and rain chances will impact the Tri-State. Snow showers will become more widespread, expecially in our communities along and north of the Ohio River. Rain showers will stay mainly to the south. Highs are only expected to reach the mid to upper 30s.