TOLEDO (WTOL) - Temperatures will be near steady overnight with snow flurries possible.
A winter weather advisory has been issued for most of the viewing area until tomorrow morning. A freezing drizzle will cause icy road conditions.
Tomorrow will start off with snow flurries, ending up with breaks in the clouds through the afternoon. Highs will warm to near 35 degrees.
Thursday will bring a chance of light snow in the afternoon. Any accumulations should be relatively light with 1 inch to 2 inches possible.
FIRST ALERT DAYS are up for Saturday and Sunday. A storm system will track across the plains -- a favorable storm track similar to some of our biggest snow storms. This could be a long duration snow with over 6 inches possible, plus blowing and drifting.
It is possible travel will become very difficult through the afternoon. Timing and amounts will be updated as the weekend draws near.
The coldest air of the winter season will blow in Sunday. Highs will be in the teens Sunday with wind chills considerably lower. Actual low temperatures may drop below zero degrees into Monday morning.
There will more chances of snow the middle of next week.
Next 12 hours: Snow flurries overnight/tomorrow morning
Next inconvenient weather: Chance of light snow Thursday afternoon / evening
FIRST ALERT DAYS: Major snowstorm possible this weekend
OVERNIGHT: Snow flurries possible
THURSDAY: Chance of light snow
FIRST ALERT DAYS: Saturday and Sunday