Jan. 18—Freezing drizzle will continue at times tonight, which could create isolated slick spots on roadways as well as on elevated and untreated surfaces.
A light glaze of ice may be possible, according to the National Weather Service, which is urging drivers to allow extra space and use caution.
The high temperature reached 28 degrees in Cincinnati and 29 in Dayton and Columbus.
The freezing drizzle is expected to move out of the region by 10 p.m. Overnight, temperatures will drop into the upper teens and low 20s.
Tuesday will be slightly warmer with temperatures reaching into the mid-30s.
Wednesday could see rain in the afternoon, which could mix with snow in the early evening as colder air moves into the region. Highs will be from the upper 30s to mid-40s. The overnight low is expected in the upper teens.
As the weekend approaches temperatures will drop well below normal. Daytime highs remain in the 20s for Thursday and Friday with overnight lows in the single digits to lower teens. The weekend may warm slightly to the mid 20s and low 30s, but still remain colder than normal.