Temperatures will reach the mid-40s before dropping during the overnight hours - dipping into the 20s by Thursday morning. The area will wake up to snow fall Wednesday as temperatures slowly climb to a high of 34.
Winter Storm Liam's path is bringing a combination of ice, snow, and rain across the Ohio Valley and the Northeast on Wednesday, causing thousands of flight delays and hundreds of cancelations across the country. Thursday night as the system moves out of the region and weakens.
As of Wednesday morning, Winter Storm Liam brought freezing rain to states stretching from Texas to Arkansas, and from 1 to 4 inches of snow in parts of IL, southern Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and western Pennsylvania, according to the Weather Channel's latest forecast.
Despite not necessarily gelling unanimously earlier this afternoon, the latest model data seems to be settling on a preferred track for the heavy snowfall and are now indicating significant snowfall totals for portions of the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest.
Winter Weather Alerts
Snow will continue Thursday night into Friday and temperatures will drop and are expected to be frigid for Friday.
- A patchy, light mix of rain and snow that moved across the region Wednesday morning caused dozens of local school districts to delay their opening times or close altogether and brought slippery conditions to area roadways.
See video for snow amounts. Organized snowfall is expected to return to Greater Lafayette as the back edge of the system detailed above pushes further east.