(Undated) – While we are on the “downhill slide” of the current winter storm, Mother Nature isn’t done just yet. According to the latest “Hazardous Weather Outlook” from the National Weather Service, wind chills of zero to 10 above zero are likely again tonight. A storm system Sunday and Sunday night will bring rain and snow to the area. At this time, the amount of snow is uncertain, though the better chances of accumulation appear to be north of I-72. The current forecast for our immediate area is calling for clearing skies and warmer temperatures by early next week. Temperatures are forecast to return to the mid 40s by Tuesday. Stay tuned to Classic Hits, WTYE, for the latest weather information.