DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN)
The Winter Weather Advisory and Wind Advisory for the entire Miami Valley has expired.
Many areas saw light snow early Sunday morning with colder air moving into the region. The bulk of the snow ended shortly before noon. A few flurries will be possible between 1 and 5 p.m. but no additional accumulations is expected.
Accumulations will be around 1-2 inches for most locations.
While it will only be snowing for a few hours the winds will pick up out of the northwest during the day. “Sustained winds will be around 10 to 25 miles per hour however we may have gusts close to 30 and 35 mph,” explains Meteorologist Tara Hastings, “Those winds could blow and drift some of the snow throughout the day.”
Temperatures will start close to freezing by sunrise but they will continue to fall during the day. By the evening temperatures will be in the lower 20’s.
“Lows late Sunday night and early Monday morning will drop into the lower teens with wind chill values near zero,” Hastings explains.
Any wet and untreated roadways could freeze by early Monday morning. Be cautious and watch out for icy patches Monday morning.
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