TONIGHT: Light snow will be possible in the evening for areas along and south of HWY 54. Areas north of I-44 will only see minor accumulation of less than a half inch while near and south of I-44 will get up to 2 inches. Lows will drop to 10-13 degrees.
TUESDAY: It will be another cold day with high temperatures near 32 degrees under sunny skies and westerly winds to 15 mph bringing wind chill readings down into the teens and 20s in the afternoon.
EXTENDED: Daytime high temperatures will drop into the upper 20s Wednesday, warming to the low 30s Thursday and upper 30s Friday. A mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow will be possible late Friday into early Saturday. Colder air moves in this weekend dropping daytime highs into the 20s by Sunday.