As yet another storm system moves through the region Wednesday, we're once again dealing with sloppy, messy weather with fog, rain, and snow expected to impact the area.
As mild air flows into this storm system early in the day, things will be murky and wet with low clouds, fog, and rain spreading across the area and temperatures will climb into the upper 30s and lower 40s. Later in the day as colder air aloft mixes in we'll see a gradual transition to light, wet snow. As much as an inch of accumulation is possible by sunset, especially west in the area. Another inch or so is possible in spots this evening before snow tapers off to freezing drizzle after midnight.