We will continue to cloud over today with highs 48-55.
Some showers come in tonight, followed by rain/snow, then snow showers by early Monday morning.
Winds will pick up from the north with gusts to 35 mph.
There will be snow showers with the storm system, but a lot of the snow will be lake effect.
Strong winds, snow showers will result in reduced visibilities.
The lake effect snow shower action winds down by Tuesday morning in our northeast, followed by some clearing.
Total accumulation should run 1" or less over much of the area with 1-2" in the band of lake effect (mainly northwest & east).
3-7" may fall in the lake effect band over La Porte, St. Joseph, Starke & Marshall counties.
Note the system snow with 6-11" in north-central to northeast Ohio.
Heavier snow will also occur in the higher elevations of West Virginia, central & eastern Kentucky, eastern Tennessee & western North Carolina to northeast Georgia with +12 " possible.
Best potential of some slick roads would be Monday evening-night as temperatures fall.
Winds will be strong Monday-Monday night with gusts 35-50 mph possible (graphic below shows gusts in knots). Winds will be sustained 20-30 mph.
With lows tonight 30-35, highs Monday should run 33-36, followed by 23-27 Monday night. Wind chills could drop to 7-15 Monday night-early Tuesday morning.
A few isolated showers are possible next Friday, otherwise it looks dry to December 11 with temperatures normal then a bit above normal overall before much warmer weather & wetter weather arrives mid to late December.