Tranquil weather will be the rule Wednesday with clouds and some breaks of sun. Clouds thicken this evening, and the wind ramps up overnight with some rain showers arriving toward morning. Occasional rain showers are likely on a very windy Thursday. Wind advisories may be necessary for parts of the region with wind gusts up to 45 mph.
It turns cooler again for the start of the weekend, and there are indications that a more significant storm forming south of the region could bring a widespread mixed precipitation event Sunday night which changes to snow getting into Monday.
WEDNESDAY: Clouds, Breaks of Sun, High 34 hills, 42 metro, W breeze shifts to SW 5-15 mph
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clouds Thicken, Late Rain Sprinkles, Becoming Windy toward Morning, Evening Low in the upper 30s, then temperatures rise through the 40s, SSW wind 10-20 gusts to 30 mph
THURSDAY: Strong Wind Gusts possible, Warm, Considerable Clouds, with Occasional Rain Showers, High 45 hills to 52 north, SW wind 20-30 with gusts to 45 mph
FRIDAY: Clouds, Some Breaks, High 37. Overnight Snow Showers, Low 30
SATURDAY: Early AM Snow Showers, Considerable Clouds with a few Flurries during the day, High: 35, Low: 25
SUNDAY: Clouds Thicken, Becoming Windy PM, Rain or a Mix later, High: 42, Low: 40
MONDAY: Turning Colder, Very Windy AM, Mostly Cloudy, AM Snow Showers, taper PM with some Breaks in the Clouds, High 42, Low 27
TUESDAY: Morning Lake Effect Snow Showers, More Widespread Snow develops PM, High: 34, Low: 30
WEDNESDAY: Windy, Colder, AM Snow tapers to Scattered Snow Showers, High: 35, Low: 25