Winds at times could be damaging.
In addition, northerly winds of 20-30 mph will result in rapidly falling temperatures during the morning hours.
The forecast for Friday through Wednesday is calling for continued cold conditions. Rain showers will be moving through during the day Thursday and will continue on and off through Friday morning. Travel could also become unsafe, including during Friday's evening commute. In turn, Barnwell said that northern counties will get the cold weather first.
The snow melt will pick up some steam on Thursday with temperatures near 50 degrees. Snowfall of 1 to 3 inches.
Most of the areas that experience a wintry mix will also see that eventually change over to snow before the storm exits.
The much colder air will linger through the weekend, and a low pressure system is likely to bring some accumulating snow to southern Wisconsin later Sunday into Monday, possibly lingering into Tuesday in the east, the Weather Service said. It's possible the moderate to heavy rain during the day will help limit the amount of icing.
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Across Tennessee, residents from Memphis to Nashville can expect light accumulations of ice followed by another 2 to 3 inches of snow.
Winter Storm Hunter hit parts of the United States this week, bringing snow and ice to parts of the Tennessee Valley, Ohio Valley and Great Lakes region. Most of the Northeast, as far as southern ME should expect rain.
Western Kentucky and parts of southern IL already accumulated up to four inches of snow and sleet, according to the Weather Channel.
After highs in the 30s today, temperatures are forecast to plunge in the wake of the snow. The rain will simply wash off any brine put into place.
The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for SW Montana east of the divide through noon on Friday. A period of moderate to locally heavy rain will also move through the area Friday into Saturday. Blowing snow and near-blizzard conditions are possible in some of these areas.