DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - ***WINTER STORM WARNING FOR ALL OF THE MIAMI VALLEY FROM 4 AM SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY EARLY MORNING***
The northern Miami Valley can expect all snow for this winter event. However the forecast is much trickier for areas to the south. Where the wintry mix sets up will cause icing on the roads once the cold air pushes in. By Saturday night, high winds will cause near white out conditions and wind chills to around zero. Road conditions will be the worst Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
TONIGHT: Cloudy and cold with late night freezing rain and snow developing. Low 30
SATURDAY: Freezing rain, sleet and snow in the morning, changing to all snow through the day and becoming windy. Morning High 32 but falling afternoon temperatures. We do have the possibility of 1/10 to 1/4 inch of ice for the Dayton area and south. Snow accumulations by Sunday morning could be 6 to 10 inches north of I-70, with 4 to 6 inches for Dayton and the central Miami Valley. Far southern counties will have the chance for the most mixing, and thus slightly lower snow totals... around 2 to 4 inches.
SUNDAY: Morning flurries, bitterly cold, breezy with decreasing clouds. High 12
Blowing and drifting snow will be an issue Saturday night and Sunday morning. It will be very windy and turn much colder.
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