(WOWK) — The large winter storm system that has been moving across the nation will be here Wednesday with wet roads and some strong winds. See the slideshow below for timing and placement of precipitation on Predictor model output.

There are winter weather advisories out for parts of Ohio and the eastern mountains of West Virginia. There could be freezing rain in parts of Nicholas and Fayette counties in West Virginia before the warm air moves in on Wednesday. There could be a wintry mix in parts of Ohio very near our viewing area proper very early Wednesday before the temperatures warm up even though model output has the rain north and west.

Wind will also become strong as the system passes through. Check the slideshow below for model output of wind gust speeds for Wednesday.

Snow showers on Thursday are not expected to stack up in terms of accumulation but could reduce visibility at times if squalls develop.

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