Low pressure will bring rain to east-central Ohio tonight but as temperatures cool, that rain will change over to wet snow.
And, it could come down moderate to heavy at times. Here is the simulated radar product from the hi-res model tonight through 1:00 PM Thursday:
Major roads around the area should fare well, but those less traveled country roads may have slick spots. Snow could also fall at a rate that would reduce visibility.
Snow will taper off by late morning and exit the Valley around lunch time.
Thursday will turn out to be a chilly and breezy day. High temperatures in the afternoon will only reach the low 40s.
Snow accumulation should be an inch or less. Most snow will accumulate on grassy areas and uncovered vehicles.
The biggest impact will be reduced visibility during the Thursday morning commute. Road surfaces are generally above freezing so accumulating snow of the well traveled highways should remain wet. Some secondary roads could have some slick spots.