Tonight, temperatures will play a crucial role in what kind of precipitation occurs during the night and tomorrow morning.
From 9 to 11 at night, the snow will extend south-east through the three states. You can get a little light up to half an inch with slightly higher amounts in localized areas. However, a warm front will extend to the northeast during the night and will bring strong winds from the southwest causing temperatures to rise overnight. The rain and the winter mix will be a concern during the night.
It is expected that temperatures will rise above freezing tomorrow morning, which means that a transition to the entire rain is possible. The high surfaces, upper steps and bridges will be slower to warm up over freezing, so that rain can still be frozen when it comes into contact with these surfaces. If you're on the roads, drive with caution.
Heights arrive in the morning, in the low 30s. The mixture of rain / greenhouse will arrive at the end between 6 and 8 hours. A cold front will slide in the middle of the morning and temperatures will drop rapidly. You can see a temperature drop of 10 to 20 degrees in a few hours after the cold front step. There will be some scattered snow showers for the rest of the day, little or no additional accumulation.
The winds of the northwest form up to 30 km / h with help to lower temperatures to the individual and negative fingers Tuesday morning with winds from 10 to 15 years later.
A slight chance for snow on Tuesday afternoon and morning afternoon with the remaining maximum in the tenths and low teens.
Temperatures at night from Monday night and Sunday morning will drop around -14s below with wind gusts from 30 to 45 below zero. The highs throughout the day will fight to warm themselves above zero. You can set minimum registration and the coolest temperature or at least very close.
Clark, Hancock, Lee, McDonough, the County of Scotland will enter into force from Tuesday afternoon until Thursday morning.
Dangers: Wind warming will be 30 to 45 below zero. These are wind-warming that threatens life if it is captured outside of the right attire. In just 10 minutes you can get gelatin on exposed skin. You have to prepare for unexpected situations, such as your car breaks down. Pair of blankets in the car. You will want to bring several layers, gloves, hats, scarves and anything to keep warm.
NOTE: All Tri-States expect to see hazardous wind chill.
More details on WGEM News at Ten.