Jennifer Edwards Baker reports:
Colder weather and a bit of snow is coming to Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
High temperatures will hover in the 40s today and push into the 50s Wednesday and Thursday before a strong cold front comes in from the west, driving the mercury down dramatically, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.
A slight chance of rain and snow showers could develop before 9 p.m. Thursday night. Just a scant amount of snow – less than a tenth of an inch – is possible, said meteorologist Steve Rhebenach.
It will be cloudy with a low of 26.
Friday will be mostly sunny but cold with the high temperature only reaching 32 – nearly 10 degrees below normal for this time of year, Rhebenach said.
The overnight low will plunge into the low 20s.
This weekend will remain sunny, but it will be brisk with temperatures struggling to reach the upper 30s and overnight lows remaining in the 20s.
It should be dry early next week through Christmas Day.