Meteorologist Ron Rhodes summed up the weekend in two words: nothing good.

Saturday's forecast is calling for two inches of rain, followed by two inches of snow...but it's what happens next that's going to cause the real problems.

All that rain and snow on top is expected to freeze as temperatures plummet near zero degrees Saturday evening between 4 and 6 p.m.

We're also expecting some pretty intense winds, with windchills below freezing throughout Sunday. However, we will be see some sunshine Sunday afternoon.

Roads should be improved by Monday morning's work commute.

Keeping up with the intense phenomenons, we are also expecting a Super Wolf Blood Moon Sunday evening/Monday morning. It's expected to start at approximately 10:34 EST Sunday (9:34 Evansville time). That’s when Earth’s shadow will begin to nip at the moon. Totality (when Earth’s shadow completely blankets the moon) will last 62 minutes, beginning at 11:41 p.m. EST Sunday - that's 10:41 p.m. Evansville time.