The hazardous conditions could impact both the morning and evening commute. Officials say mixed precipitation is expected.
The weather forecast for the Sedalia area includes rapidly dropping temperatures along with snow accumulation of up to three inches possible as a result of this storm.
The National Weather Service is forecasting about 3 inches of snow in parts of Sullivan County and a coating to 1 inch of snow for Dutchess County.
After Summit County was hit with several feet of snow last weekend, the area is forecast to get at least another foot of snow from an upcoming storm Sunday to Tuesday. Snow should mix with rain during the afternoon. Heavy, wet snow will accumulate quickly and travel will likely become messy along US31, I-65 north of Lebanon and I-69 north of Anderson.
Flights from Cleveland Hopkins Early Thursday morning, crews were clearing off snow at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
A quarter in of rain is likely Wednesday evening. Wednesday's high of 36 will be nowhere close to the conditions on Thursday. Wind chills will be below zero all day Thursday, as well as most of Friday. Winds will gradually diminish during the overnight hours, still running west-northwest 4 to 6 mph Friday morning when temperatures/wind chills will bottom-out.