Up to one-tenth of an inch of accumulating ice due to freezing rain will be possible in patchy spots, which could lead to additional problems. Be mindful, though, a hard freeze is on the way for tonight, so it will be even colder Wednesday morning with lows in the 20s.
The mixed rain and snow showers are expected to become all snow after 7:00 p.m. Thursday night with the low temperature dropping down to around 30 degrees.
And then during the overnight, the rain could be heavy at times. Mostly cloudy and colder tomorrow with highs in the mid-30s. Be sure to grab a coat out-the-door, as wind chills are now in the 20's and the breeze continues from the northwest.
We'll keep an eye on this event, as this particular model may be going a little on the low side with forecast amounts. The chance for a spotty rain or snow shower will linger into Friday morning.
Friday will be mostly dry, cloudy and misty with a few sunny spells possible along with drizzle and gentle winds. High: 46. Wind: N 5-10 miles per hour. West southwest wind 3 to 6 miles per hour. Highs will warm into the 50s on Thursday.
The weekend is expected to be mostly sunny, but cool with highs in the low- to mid-40s.
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 64. Northwest wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. Northwest wind around 5 miles per hour. A stray shower or two possible. Western counties will be just a tad warmer, with a few locations seeing highs in the lower 50's. Again, it will be predominantly cloudy, misty, murky - particularly early on - but with winds coming up from the south, if you are to the north of the hills - north Wales, parts of northern Scotland - you're likely to see some sunshine which will really lift the temperatures.