Tomorrow is trending quite wet with sleet, snow showers and freezing rain eventually turning over to all rain by the late morning.
Highway crews treated roads Saturday across SC in advance of a storm system that could bring light icing to parts of the York County area Sunday morning.
Sunday night should be cold with a low around 23 and wind gusts up to 29 miles per hour, the National Weather Service says.
Another chance for snow arrives on Friday.
Highs in the 20s are supposed to continue throughout the weak, according to the weather service. "Will see freezing rain and sleet mixed in at times over portions of southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois", a post from NWS read Sunday. Bridges, ramps, overpasses and lower-volume roads may ice first, and even previously treated roads will become slick quickly with the low pavement temperatures.
"We're expecting snow accumulation and some ice accumulation as well", said weather Chris Horne, a meteorologist with the weather service.
Monday is expected to bring a high of 36 degrees with sunny skies. While temperatures are able to climb above freezing, they won't rise much.
Monday's high will be around 22 degrees.