A windy Wednesday will be accompanied by rain and snow.The warm temperatures on Monday and Tuesday allowed many residents to enjoy outdoor activities like jogging. On Wednesday, some will be running inside to escape the rain and snow.Forecasters said the rain moving through the region Tuesday morning will transition to snow and possible sleet by the afternoon, with an expected accumulation around an inch. A few nighttime flurries are expected as temperatures drop to 10 to 15 degrees.Winds will increase through the morning and peak during the afternoon possibly as high as 45 mph. The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the entire listening area through the late afternoon and early evening hours.Scattered tree and power line damage is possible along with some minor property damage. High winds could make driving difficult, especially for vans, trucks and SUV’s.The extended forecast reveals a cold Thursday before temperatures increase to the upper 50’s by Friday and remain in the 40’s through the weekend.