WEDNESDAY: A mix of rain and snow will push in from the west today. Looks to arrive around 9-10 AM for our western counties, and closer to noon by HWY 63. Accumulations will be tough to come by on the roads, but are possible. Slow down on the roads if you plan on being out there this afternoon or evening.
TONIGHT: That mix of rain and snow should change over to more snow than rain overnight. While there may be a few more slick spots, wet roads initially and lows in the low 30s should limit the number of them.
EXTENDED: We look to change to more rain than snow by midday on Thursday. This looks to help out any isolated problem spots. Thursday night into Friday, we could see a flip to mostly snow, and could pick up in intensity. Some accumulations are possible by Friday morning, enough to impact commutes. Snow sticks around Friday morning before mixing more rain in by the afternoon before winding down Friday evening. For the details on amounts and impacts head over to the Insider Blog. The weekend looks dry, as we reach into the upper 30s Saturday, and low 40s Sunday.