The long range forecast starting on Sunday February, 16th looks to be a bit active from the start.
During the morning hours on Sunday, a small weak Low pressure system will pass through the state. This will contain a small area of QPF.
There looks to be a good amount of Warm air advection for the Southern parts of Illinois and Indiana and with temperatures in the upper 20's to lower 30's, snow showers will be possible in that area. Another system looks to be entering the state Monday into Tuesday, and this looks to bring a wintry mix to the southern and central parts of the state. The biggest story though is the temperatures. The pattern begins to change as warmer air begins to come up into the western parts of the United States. This will eventually come into the state, bringing temperatures up into the 40's, 50's, and possibly even 60's.