Skies cleared out earlier this evening, but overnight those clouds will return bringing mostly cloudy skies.
Temperatures will drop towards 30-degrees leading to a chilly start to Sunday. We will stay dry tonight, but a winter storm will move in by daybreak. That rain/snow mix will enter our Indiana counties after 6 a.m. and will continues throughout the Tri-State until 5 p.m. It is possible we could see leftover moisture Sunday evening and overnight. Totals will be right around 1-2 inches through the metro, with areas to the southeast seeing much less accumulation. Some spots north and west of downtown will be between 2 to 3 inches.
Some portions of the area, especially the southern part, will see more rain. We could get some slushy conditions later in the day for areas seeing snow with a mix of rain
For a more in depth look at Sunday’s forecast, here is a breakdown here: https://www.wcpo.com/weather/weather-101/timing-impacts-of-snow-for-sunday
Temperatures Sunday night will fall right around the freezing mark. Highs Monday will rise to the upper 30s and lower 40s. This should help with melting and roadways.
We’ll see a slight warmup Tuesday, with highs in the mid 40s. Late in the day we will have moisture roll in from the southwest, which will bring our next big event of another rain and snow mix Wednesday. Highs that day will be in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Accumulation and timing will become clearer as we get closer.
1-2 inches possible
A bit warmer
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