Subzero temps roll through the Miami Valley

Photo/Mike Ullery, Piqua Daily Call
Photo/Mike Ullery, Piqua Daily Call

Dayton, Ohio (WDTN) – Tuesday morning temperatures in Dayton dipped to the coldest readings of the season, hitting a dangerous -11 around 8 a.m., with wind chills are even colder.

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During the afternoon it will be a struggle for temperatures to get above zero and the wind chill will continue to be brutal.

In comparison, we are about 30+ degrees below normal for this time of the year.

An Arctic high will drift over the region during the next two days providing dry conditions and a lot of sunshine. As the high moves east of on Wednesday, winds will increase from the southwest, keeping a wind chill going, but it will also help temperatures climb a bit into the mid-teens.

For the second half of the week, highs will reach near 30 degrees, and overnight lows near 20.

But that will come along with the chance for some snow showers by Thursday evening into Thursday night.

Another chance of precipitation rolls in on Saturday. By then, it may be warm enough to see some rain.

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