After only a dusting this month and temperatures nearly 10 degrees above normal, we will see accumulating snow, mixed with rain in southern Ohio.

A storm in the southern Plains tonight will track across Tennessee into Kentucky Sunday afternoon, with a secondary southern wave developing near the Atlantic Coast. Snow will overspread central Ohio this morning and accumulate several inches.

Generally 2-4 inches will accumulate along and west of the I-71 corridor, with less than an inch in the southeastern counties.

Temperatures in the mid-30s in the afternoon will help melt some of the snow on the roads, but readings will fall below freezing Sunday night, leading to more slick spots. Snow showers will add another coating after midnight, making the Monday morning commute potentially slick north of I-70.

The weather will be cloudy and chilly on Monday, with flurries ending and some late clearing. High pressure will build in early in the week, keeping the weather on the quiet side with seasonable temperatures.

A larger storm will approach the region from the southwest on Wednesday, with snow likely in the morning changing to rain over the southeastern half of the state during the day.

Sunday: Snow (2-4), mixing with rain south. High: 33
Tonight: Snow showers, slick spots. Low 30
Monday: Snow showers a.m., mainly cloudy. High 35
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. High 40 (28)
Wednesday: Snow to rain. High 41 (30)
Thursday: Windy, colder, snow showers. High 32 (28)
Friday: Cloudy, light snow. High 33 (26)