The weak disturbance from overnight will continue to drift eastward today taking the light snow and cloud cover with it. It will leave a colder air mass behind it though, so even with sunshine, most areas will not climb out of the 30s.
Clouds return tonight as another weak impulse rotates through and spits out a few random flurries or light snow showers. I don't think we will see much, if any accumulation with it through. We will see some break in the clouds Sunday at time, but there will most likely be more clouds than sunshine around the region. Highs will be a little warmer though as most reach the mid-upper 40s.
There will be a steady warming trend for the upcoming week as highs will climb through the 60s, but the weather pattern will remain unsettled with several opportunities for scattered rain showers.
In fact, there could even be a chance for some showers and a few thunderstorms NEXT Saturday.