TONIGHT: Skies will stay mostly cloudy overnight with light rain moving in after 9PM. Minor freezing rain and sleet will be possible with the best chance north of I-70 with a few hundredths of an inch of ice through the early morning hours Tuesday with highest ice accumulation of up to a tenth of an inch from HWY 24 north. Temperatures will slowly rise through early Tuesday morning into the low-mid 30s.
TUESDAY: Light rain showers are possible with the best chance of rain shifting southeast through the afternoon. High temperatures will reach the lower 40s north to near 50 south with southerly winds shifting to the west at 10-18 mph.
EXTENDED: Much colder air moves in Wednesday with light snow possible south of I-70. The best chance of measurable snow Wednesday afternoon will be near I-44 where snow will be steady for several hours. Areas near I-44 could have a slow evening commute Wednesday. High temperatures will stay in the 20s Wednesday with single digit wind chills to start the day. It will stay cold but dry Thursday with highs near 30 before warmer air moves in Friday and through the weekend. High temperatures will reach the 40s to lower 50s through the weekend. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.