A large swath of the area will experience moderate, steady rain over the course of the nighttime hours and Wednesday morning. Cooler air is just our north, and that means the threat for freezing rain is possible. That's why there is a Winter Weather Advisory out.
Rain will work into the region this evening and continue for the night. Temperatures will be around 32 for the low, but really they should increase throughout the night to the middle and upper 30s thanks to south winds at 20 to 30 mph. Please see the timing of the rain below.
Rain will come to an end Wednesday morning, with temperatures then expected to fall throughout the day. While the high will be around 35, it will be quite early. Most of the temperatures in the afternoon will have fallen into the 20s with winds out of the northwest at 15 to 25 mph.
Wednesday night will be cloudy and much cooler at 14. As a result, all the rain from earlier has the potential to freeze throughout Wednesday into Wednesday night. Rainfall totals could be around 1".