National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Temperatures will increase into the 40’s today and Wednesday which will help us thaw, however, Wednesday will be wet with widespread rain then a wintry mix as temperatures fall Wednesday afternoon into the evening. Thursday looks to be dry and cloudy with highs in the 30’s.
Widespread rain overspreads the region early Wednesday morning, then precipitation is expected to change to a brief wintry mix and then snow as cold air crashes in behind a strong cold front Wednesday evening. Light accumulations of snow generally less than 1" are expected at this time, along with little to no ice accumulation. The best chances for around 1 inch of snow would be east of I-65. Stay up to date of the latest forecasts, and use caution if traveling Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Widespread rain will move over the area early Wednesday and last through a good portion of the day before ending Wednesday night. Overall rainfall totals are expected to be heaviest south of the Ohio River where amounts could total over 1 inch.