A few of our northern counties will see light snow tonight. But most Tri-State neighborhoods won't get any. The core of the winter system stays well north of the Tri-State and rain is just behind the snow. Lows tonight near 26.
I am still keeping the chance for minor snow accumulation in the forecast for our northern most counties in SE Indiana and Ohio. At this point a light dusting of snow to .5" is still possible for those counties nearest to I-70 but our window of opportunity is short. Temperatures will be above freezing by 11 a.m. in most locations. So any snow that you may awaken to will likely melt or be washed away with rain moving through during the afternoon and evening.
Sunday night, widespread light to moderate rain is expected. Temperatures will stay well above freezing. Overnight lows will only fall into the upper 30s, so while a few snowflakes could mix in, I'm not expecting any accumulation.
We have a relatively quiet week of weather after this system departs Sunday morning. The next arctic front looks to arrive Wednesday, and it will bring our next chance of snow along with even colder air than what we've had the last few days. Will this bring accumulating snow? Right now, it doesn't look like it will, but we'll watch it and keep you posted.
Rain after 2 p.m.
Not as cold
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