Superior uncover those ice scrapers and winter season boots since completely ready or not, snow may well be coming to Better Cincinnati this weekend.
Even though temperatures have been hotter than normal this week, they’ll dip back down to regular more than the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Saturday and Sunday are envisioned to have high temperatures only in the mid-40s, so be ready.
But on Sunday, there will be a possibility of rain and snow showers in between 8 and 10 a.m., then a likelihood of rain showers immediately after 10 a.m. It will be generally cloudy, with a substantial close to 45, and the possibility of participation is 50%.
When does Higher Cincinnati typically see snowfall?
In between 1981 and 2010, the common date of the initial measurable snowfall was Nov. 29, and the common date of the 1st inch or more of snowfall was Dec. 15.
According to NWS records, the earliest day of measurable snowfall in Cincinnati was Oct. 19, 1989, when it snowed 5 inches. The latest date of the initially measurable snowfall was Jan. 12, 1983, when it snowed .1 inches.
The to start with snow in Cincinnati in 2020 was Nov. 30.
But let us flashback to April this yr: Cincinnati broke a 120-calendar year record when 2.3 inches of snow fell at the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Intercontinental Airport. That broke the previous day-to-day snowfall overall of 1.5 inches established in 1901.
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Wednesday: Partly sunny, large in close proximity to 67.
Thursday (Veterans Working day): Higher near 68 and rain, generally immediately after 3 p.m.
Friday: Mainly sunny, substantial near 57.
Saturday: Partly sunny, high close to 44.
Sunday: A prospect of rain and snow showers amongst 8-10 a.m., then a opportunity of rain showers soon after 10 a.m. Mostly cloudy, significant around 45.
Monday: Partly sunny, significant in close proximity to 44.
Tuesday: Largely sunny, significant in the vicinity of 51.
Resource: Countrywide Climate Service, Wilmington.