|Old man winter set to return this weekend|
Old man winter came calling last week causing some of the coldest temperatures seen in Southern Indiana in more than two decades.
While the extended forecast doesn't appear to be bringing sub-zero temperatures, there is a chance of precipitation over the next few days.
Today (Tuesday) there is a 10 percent chance of rain with a high of 43 and a low of 32.
On Wednesday, the high only climbs to 33 with a 60 percent chance of snow. The low will be 23 degrees.
Thursday the high is 32 degrees and the low of 26, with a small chance of precipitation.
The weather starts to climb a little Friday with a high of 39, but over night it drops to 22 with a 50 percent chance of snow.
Saturday the high will only climb to 25 degrees with a low of 19 degrees with a 30 percent chance of snow.
(In the picture) Jack Frost paid a visit to the Ohio Valley last week and temperatures plummeted below zero. Here, the reading at Floyd Central High School got to nearly 10 degrees below zero.