Following a 50 Degree Drop, Heavier Snow Moving In

Weather: Freezing rain possible

An updated time line for the potentially treacherous ice and snowstorm Friday in Northeast Ohio

He expects the area will get some rain in the morning followed by a mixture of sleet and freezing rain. "So, MLK Day stays cold and snowy with another 1-2" possible from this clipper system, and light snow will linger into Tuesday.

The National Weather Service in Paducah says travel conditions will deteriorate Thursday night beginning in Missouri, then southern IL and eventually west Kentucky.

It's those details that will help determine what type and how much precipitation we can expect in central in - and whether we can expect less than an inch or a few inches of snow and where. A light coating of ice and snow is expected.

Sunday night: A 50 percent chance of snow after midnight. By Thursday, the temperature could stretch into the lower 20s. Around lunch the colder air will begin to creep towards the Bluegrass. New snow accumulation of around an inch possible.

Road conditions were icy in the region Friday morning and expected to become precarious again Friday evening and Saturday, as temperatures drop and rain turns to mixed precipitation. Rain and even a few storms will be the case early tomorrow morning. "Ice accumulation will be less than 0.05" for North Alabama with amounts of 0.05" to 0.10" in South Tennessee.

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The National Weather Service says moderate to heavy rain is expected Friday into Saturday. A high of 22 was expected Friday before an overnight low of 8 degrees Friday night as lake effect snow could lead to snow showers in the area.

Temperatures will fall throughout Friday, bottoming out at 22 degrees by early Saturday morning, according to the forecast. Western Kentucky will get mainly rain. It will be blustery with a northwest wind gusting as high as 30 miles per hour.

Saturday's forecast is mostly cloudy in the morning then clearing, with a high of around 10.

Look for sunny skies Sunday, with a high near 18.

Breezy conditions will cause wind chills between 17 and 27 degrees Friday and 11 and 16 Friday night.

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