A cold front will slowly sag south through Ohio on Sunday bring a mix of rain and snow showers. Surface temperatures should stay above freezing during the precipitation meaning any slick spots will be very isolated. Expect highs near 40 degrees on Sunday afternoon.
Behind that front, colder air will filter into the region dropping lows in the upper teens Monday morning. Highs will barely hit freezing to start out the week. An arctic cold front could bring some light snow showers on Tuesday morning. Behind this front, another shot of serious cold is on tap!
Highs will drop back into the 20s for both Wednesday and Thursday. Lows will be in the lower teens and possible even single digits! A few snow showers will be possible again on Wednesday but the rest of the week looks dry. The cold air will stick around through at least the beginning of next weekend.
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