Hopefully, you enjoyed the relatively mild weather Wednesday, because winter is about to put in an appearance.
A deep dip in the jet stream coupled with a wave moving northeast along a strong cold front will bring rain and snow to much of the state, winding down to flurries in the afternoon.
The timing of the switchover from rain to snow will occur in the mid-morning north of I-70 and the afternoon farther south. Accumulations will be limited to at most a light coating on some grassy and metal surfaces.
The moisture will be cut off by cold, dry air advancing south behind a low-pressure wave by mid-afternoon.