A low pressure system will continue to track across the Ohio River Valley region today. Temperatures will remain chilly and showers will continue throughout the day and into the nighttime hours. Rainfall totals could amount to half an inch by the time the system exits our region tomorrow morning. Areas farther north will see precipitation last into midday tomorrow with some locations in West Virginia possibly seeing snow accumulations of a few inches by tomorrow night.
High pressure quickly begins to build into the region tomorrow, bringing us sunshine and warmer temperatures for the end of the work week. Thursday and Friday both will feature blue skies and highs in the mid to upper 60’s at most locations.
A weak cold front will cross the region Friday night. Right now, it doesn’t look like precipitation will be associated with the front and temperatures will only be a few degrees cooler on Saturday and Sunday before rebounding Monday.