MIAMI VALLEY — After the coldest morning since January 2018 on Monday, a quick system will swing through mid-week to bring rain, slightly warmer temperatures and the chance for some minor flooding. Tuesday temperatures will climb into the mid to upper 30s for the afternoon, allowing the several inches of snow on the ground to begin melting.
A quick storm system will start pushing moisture into the Miami Valley Tuesday night. Rain will fall steadily into Wednesday, washing the snow away. Here’s what you need to know.
Wet weather returns around 10-11 p.m.
Winds could gust up to 30 mph
Ponding on the road will be possible
Morning commute looks soggy with rain and gusty winds
Afternoon commute showers will be ending but cold air could briefly allow some wet snowflakes or a wintry mix to move in
Temperatures fall all day from the 40s to the teens by Thursday morning
Bitter cold again with temperatures in the teens in the morning
Some icy spots could develop early
Ponding on roads and yards from all the rain and snowmelt
½inch to 1 inch of rain expected
Minor flooding possible in creeks, streams, fields and yards
NOTE: Check sump pumps and roofs to protect from damage
Very light if any accumulation from wintry mix/wet flakes Wednesday night