MIAMI VALLEY, Ohio (WDTN) —

SATURDAY UPDATE:

Snow will begin Sunday night. Isolated showers are expected after midnight.

Snow will be widespread and heavy at times throughout the morning commute. Expect travel delays, and stay home if you can.

There may be a few breaks in the snow midday. Overall heavy snow is likely both Monday morning and again Monday evening.

Temperatures will be in the upper teens and lower 20s all day. The snow will accumulate quickly. Right now we are expecting 4-8 inches across the Miami Valley. Higher snowfall amounts will be likely to the southeast especially across Greene, Warren, and Clinton County.

FRIDAY FORECAST: Storm Team 2 is tracking severe winter weather coming later this weekend, with a Winter Storm Watch in a effect for the Miami Valley from Sunday evening until Tuesday afternoon.

Saturday’s forecast is mostly cloudy with a chance of light snow showers in the morning and afternoon, with a high of 27 degrees and a low of 12. For now, little to no snow should accumulate before the heavier snowfall comes Sunday evening into Monday morning.

Winter Watches and Warnings

Sunday will be dry with a high of 22 degrees up until the evening, when anywhere between four and eight inches of snow could accumulate during that Sunday through Tuesday period. This includes chances of sleet or freezing rain mixing in with the snowfall.

There is a strong possibility that this could adversely impact road conditions. Be sure to check back for frequent updates to your Storm Team 2 Forecast.

Current Temps

WDTN.com and Storm Team 2 will update this story as more information comes in.