He expects the area will get some rain in the morning followed by a mixture of sleet and freezing rain.
The heaviest snowfall amounts will be in our northwestern communities near New Castle, Slippery Rock and Franklin, with decreasing amounts the farther southeast you go.
The National Weather Service in Valley, Nebraska, calls for increasing cloud cover in Pottawattamie County and a high of around 14 today. "We should see a light glaze of ice in the Tupelo area". Significant snow and ice accumulations will be possible around central and eastern Kentucky.
Thursday will bring a return to sunny and dry weather along with much more typical temperatures for January.
The forecast for Friday through Wednesday is calling for continued cold conditions.
Winter storm warnings (pink) are in effect for much of Upstate New York tonight and into Saturday.
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By 9-11 a.m., we could start to see the rain freeze once it reaches the ground (freezing rain), and towards the end of that timeframe, sleet is possible west of I-65. Widespread light showers and pockets of heavier rain are around for the morning, and a good soaking is expected for the region during the rest of the day, so remember the umbrella. The Lake Cumberland area will also have to deal with some minor ice accumulations.
As of Tuesday night, the models are starting to come to a better agreement about the storm system that's expected to impact the Ohio Valley Friday into Saturday.
Lauderdale County is under a winter weather advisory that anticipates freezing rain, sleet and snow for Friday.
Snow is likely on Friday in the Billings area while the high will be about 9 degrees. The north wind will be 6 to 8 miles per hour.
Partly cloudy Friday with highs in the upper 20s, more sunshine but cooler Saturday with highs in the middle 20s.
South winds will blow at 10 to 20 miles per hour and gust to 30 mph on Thursday, turn out the northwest in the afternoon, and produce wind chill values of 5 below to zero.