The weekend will come to an end on a windy and stormy note for Cincinnati as the potent storm system currently threatening the nation's midsection shifts east.
The greatest threat for any potentially damaging thunderstorm will unfold in the afternoon, when a cold front will make its way into the relatively warm, humid spread across the state.
Even away from any thunderstorms, gusty winds will blow from the south and southwest during the mid-morning and afternoon hours, gusting 30 to 40 mph throughout the Cincinnati area.
Higher localized gusts, capable of minor damage, will reach 50 to 60 mph in and near stronger showers, not necessarily thunderstorms.
Agent for the unsettled weather will be a vigorous storm system, dragging its cold front through Cincinnati as it tracks through the Great Lakes region Sunday.
A winter storm spreading a spreading a swath of snow and ice across the central U.S. will continue to impact travel through Saturday night before reaching the Northeast on Sunday.
As a large storm rolls out of the Plains and Midwest, a swath of snow, ice and travel disruptions will extend into the Northeast for the start of March.
Yet another winter storm will take aim at the Northeast and Midwest next week with widespread ice and flooding concerns.
A storm will whip across the United Kingdom and the North Sea through Sunday with potentially damaging and disruptive winds.
While more storms are on the horizon to start March, the accompanying cold shots will be less extreme.
An end to winter storms targeting Harrisburg will not come with the conclusion of February.
Three tornadoes combined into one south of Colony, KS. Other tornadoes caused damage near Blue Mound, KS and Kingsville, MO and Blairstown, MO. Yates Center, KS had a thunderstorm wind gust of 70 mph, and baseball-sized hail pounded an area north of Amsterdam, MO.
Charleston, SC (1792)
Heavy snow caused Ashley River Bridge to collapse.
Astoria, IL (1900)
36" of snow - state record (24 hours).