A Pacific storm is expected to push through the viewing area Wednesday morning into Wednesday evening.
There will be chances for freezing rain in the morning hours right around commuting times.
Meteorologist Nick Kosir says, "Surface temperatures in the valleys have been cold due to the recent inversion. If rain falls tomorrow it is likely there will be a period of freezing rain. We don't anticipate a lot of freezing rain but travel can be extremely dangerous even with a light glazing. Give yourself plenty of commute time tomorrow and be prepared for the potential of slick roadways."
Valley locations can expect freezing rain to end by mid morning as temperatures warm and road conditions will improve into the afternoon.
There is a winter weather advisory in place for northern Camas and Blaine Counties from midnight until 8 pm Wednesday.
Between 4-8" of snow is expected in the Wood River Region between those times with upwards of 12" on the highest peaks.
The South Hills will see between 2-5" of accumulation through tomorrow evening.