8:20 PM Update: Snow is developing across eastern Indiana. This will move into the Miami Valley. I am still thinking we will see the most snow after 9 p.m. Overall travel impacts will be minimal. However, Mercer county is seeing minor accumulation on roadways. Take it a bit slower if you are headed north, or if visibility is reduced while it is actively snowing. Overall most of us will see less than a half an inch of snow with accumulation 1-2 inches across Darke, Mercer and Auglaize County.
7:30 PM Update:
Snow continues to fall in Mercer County. At least a dusting is seen on residential roadways.
Aaron Schmackers shared this photo on Facebook with Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Carly Smith.
Accumulation will be 1-2 inches in Mercer County. Areas north of I-70 could see up to an inch of accumulation in isolated areas. Most of the Miami Valley will see less than a half an inch.
Snow will become more scattered across the area by 9 p.m.
Rain will rapidly develop across the Miami Valley by the lunch hour today. Depending on the air temperature there may be a brief mix to start before it changes to all rain.
By this evening, rain will change to snow showers. Most areas will see an inch or less of accumulating snowfall. A few locations, mainly north of I-70 may see as much as 2″. Most of the snow should be moving out of the area by midnight.
TODAY: Rain developing, may mix briefly with snow. High 42
TONIGHT: Rain changing to snow this evening. Generally around 1″, with isolated 2″ north. Low 30
SUNDAY: Morning clouds give way to some afternoon sun. High 45
A nice warming trend into early next week before the next storm system pushes in. Turning colder but dry for Thanksgiving day.