CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- A tricky forecast is setting up through the end of the week. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for parts of Southeast Missouri as minor impacts from winter weather are possible later Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Wednesday is a dry day with a lot of clouds and temperatures in the upper 30s. Precipitation will begin to approach the region later tonight. Initially, precipitation may start as light freezing rain, especially in Southeast Missouri and Southwest Illinois. A few slick bridges and overpasses are possible by Thursday morning, but travel impacts will likely be low.
Temperatures are expected to warm above freezing Thursday turning the region over to rain. By Friday, colder air wrapping in could change precipitation back over to light snow, especially north of Route 13. Impacts are expected to be minor at this point, but there's still a lot of uncertainty.
Be sure to check in with Meteorologist Nick Hausen as he is tracking this storm system and the possible impacts it may bring to the region on News 3 This Morning. We've got you covered.