Some scattered snow showers & flurries are possible late tonight-tomorrow morning.
Should accumulation occur it would be less than 0.5".
Snow is likely tomorrow around midday through afternoon to evening & night.
1-3" of snow is expected area-wide.
Right now is appears that narrow band of +3" will be south of the area & ice storm will occur near & south of the Ohio River Arkansas & then northeastward the West Virginia line.
North-northeast winds 15-25 mph will lead to blowing & drifting snow on northwest-southeast & east-west roadways.
Lows tonight will run near 10 to 15, followed by 21-27 tomorrow & then 10-16 tomorrow night.
Some scattered flurries & snow showers are possible at times Thursday & Friday & possibly Saturday with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies.
Highs will run in the 20s Thursday & Friday with teens Saturday.
Lows will drop to single digits & slightly below 0.
Coldest night looks to be Saturday night at -10 to -1 over the area (-5 Greater Lafayette).
Snow is likely Sunday with blowing & drifting late day & into the night with 35-40 mph gusts possible from the northeast, then northwest with accumulation expected.
Monday & Wednesday of next week look dry with teens to 20 for highs & near 0 for lows.
However, disturbance may bring a period of some snow Tuesday.
Snow, ice & rain is expected Thursday. Ice & snow accumulations are possible with highs in the 20s to mid 30s.
After that, pattern changes toward big, big melt & thaw with rainfall that may lead to some localized flooding & ice jams. Temperatures may soar quite a bit above normal with even some t'storms.
Before that happens it is more of the below normal temperatures & opportunities for snow (& even some ice):