The cold front has passed us to the south now, exiting through the afternoon hours of yesterday. Use caution traveling there will be some accumulations that will stick onto the roadways creating slushy and slippery road conditions. "Be prepared for low visibility at times". A Winter Storm Warning is now in effect for the same time frame over parts of Kentuckiana that are likely to receive the highest snow totals. There is also Winter Weather Advisories for Centre, Clinton, Indiana and Clearfield counties until 8:00 PM. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 40s. This will pull down colder air and with a few pieces of energy rotating around the upper low, temperatures will cool off and rain showers should change to snow showers on Tuesday evening and continue overnight.
Icy, cold winds could then batter the country, with a chance of snow over Easter in some parts.
Thursday: Sunny skies are anticipated as high pressure stays in control. We will continue to see lots of sunshine.
Scattered showers are likely on and off for much of the day on Saturday as that low pressure system moves into the Tennessee Valley Region.
Clouds begin to roll in late on Saturday with readings inching towards 50°. "But we were in the 40s Tuesday night when it happened".
Beyond that, the forecast calls for a fair bit of rainy days. We will keep you updated as the weekend draws nearer on what to expect on Sunday. Ground is too warm, temperatures have been warm, and this time of the year makes it hard to get snow to accumulate on the roadways. Areas from I-85 north look to have the best chance for seeing a light accumulation of snow on grassy and elevated surfaces.
TONIGHT: Skies will remain cloudy with a few scattered showers along with snowflakes mixed in. The low temperature is now expected to be around 34 degrees.