As a low pressure system moves in the Great Lakes region, we'll see rain showers & mild temperatures before changes occur tomorrow.
Today's temps will be a bit split as a warm front sets up across the viewing area. Closer to I-69 you'll have mid 40s this afternoon, further north you'll have a harder time breaking out of the mid 30s. North of the Tri-Cities may have some wintry mix this morning, leading to icy roads to start the day. Elsewhere, slick conditions are a bit more limited to back roads. Winds will be out of the ESE to S today at around 10mph with passing showers.
Tonight rain becomes more scattered with temps staying steady through midnight in the upper 30s and low 40s.
Tomorrow spotty rain will change to mix and then snow, although totals look to be lighter as our system weakens. Temps most of the day Tuesday will be in the 30s, and by the evening commute wind chills will be in the mid 20s with a NW wind at 10-15mph.
Wednesday we'll be dry with some sun and clouds, but highs will only be in the mid 20s.