Get prepared for a total washout for your Wednesday. The widespread showers will be one thing; the wind gust will also get as high as 30 MPH from the southwest. Thirdly, we will also be tracking our next inbound cold front that will be sliding in this afternoon. Behind the front the mercury will begin to cool from the 50s to near-freezing by the late-evening.
The #1 question is: Will enough moisture stick around tonight to see a wintery changeover? As of now, the answer is yes, but it will be limited. Current model data is suggesting moisture lingering in communities along and south of the Ohio tonight between the hours of 8PM and midnight. Temperatures in those areas will be slightly above-freezing. If a transition occurs, sleet or a rain/snow mix appears to be the greatest threat. Freezing rain is also on the table but the confidence is strinking because of the warmer temperatures.
Although the chances are small for frozen precipitation, caution on the roadways should be exercised. Isolated icy spots will be seen firstly on elevated surfaces like bridges and overpasses. Luckily, we recover into the upper-30s by tomorrow afternoon under mostly cloudy skies.