Scattered rain Sunday evening-night should change to snow as wind increase & temperatures fall to near 31.
North wind gusts 35-50 mph are possible Monday with sunstained winds at 20-30 mph.
1" or less of snow is likely Monday morning over the area. Watch bridges & overpasses for a few slick spots.
Then, that snow melts away as temperatures rise to 34-36 with a scattering of wind-driven snow showers over the area (will have trouble sticking).
Monday night, lake effect snow showers will bring 1" or less to a chunk of the area (isolated 1-2" far north to northwest) that will accumulation again as temperatures fall to the 25-29 range. Some slick spots are roads are possible, especially in the far northwest as it will be cooler.
North winds Monday night may still gust 30-45 mph. Wind chills to as low as 8 are possible.
Heavier snow will be eastern Tennessee & western North Carolina through eastern & central Kentucky to Ohio.
The heaviest totals of the storm should be over north-central Ohio & in the higher terrain of the Appalachians. The combination of the snow & wind will make for substantial impacts there.
After this, next week looks dry other than a few showers possible later Friday. There will be a gradual warm-up.