After a quiet Friday, weatherwise, a wintry mix affects the state right the weekend, starting with some light snow for many tonight.
Light freezing drizzle will be ongoing Saturday morning over the area, with the precipitation becoming more widespread on Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Freezing drizzle will taper off through the afternoon to the northwest of Interstate 44.
He said the winter weather will be the result of a typical winter storm system moving into the area. Sunshine will be tough to find, but daily high temperatures are expected to climb into the 40s and close in on 50 degrees a few days as well. This snow is expected to slowly but surely spread to the east and south.
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Sunday's low is expected to reach 2 and snow accumulations are forecast from 6 to 10 inches with some areas receiving up to a foot.
Into Sunday afternoon the wind direction will become southerly, and it will be brisk (10-15mph). Temperatures by mid morning will be above freezing so the chances of any freezing rain carrying into the late morning are slim to none. Scattered Snow and Colder temperatures will then persist through Saturday. Northwest wind 9 to 13 miles per hour.
Monday, however, skies will be partly cloudy with a high of 37 and a low of 22.
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Thursday - A chance of rain.
Wednesday: Cloudy, high of 67 and 30 percent chance of rain during the day; 20 percent chance of rain, cloudy and a low of 55 at night.
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