From the National Weather Service:
UPDATED: SNOWFALL FORECAST REDUCED AS STORM SYSTEM TRENDS FURTHER SOUTH.
A strong early spring storm system will be moving into the Ohio Valley tonight and will bring heavy snowfall to the region. Although the exact track of this system is still uncertain, the forecast models are coming into better agreement and it is looking increasingly likely that the southern half of our area will see significant snowfall accumulations. As of now, snow acculumations are expected to range from 1 to 2 inches in Michigan up to 7 to 9 inches in our far southern counties. There is currently a winter storm warning in effect from Sunday afternoon through Monday morning, on a line from north of Monticello to north of Lima. There is a winter weather advisory in effect for all counties south of US 6 for the same time period. Snow that falls with this system is expected to wet and heavy, and could potentially create hazardous travel conditions.
To keep up on the latest forecast information and possible future watches, warnings, and advisories regarding this winter storm, go to our website at www.weather.gov/iwx.