Tonight: Clouds return with spotty snow showers or flurries for some (60% coverage). Accumulations of 1/4"-1" possible for some. Low: 28°.
Sunday: Morning clouds thin out to afternoon sunshine. High: 51°.
Monday: Clouds thicken back up, but most remain dry until after sunset. High: 54°.
Even though it was chilly, the afternoon sunshine was pleasant on Saturday.
The clouds will thicken back up Saturday night, as another quick-moving system rotates through. There will most likely be some scattered snow showers with some minor accumulations possible as low temperatures fall back in the mid-upper 20s. Watch for some isolated slick travel in some areas
Sunday morning clouds will give way to afternoon sunshine, and a light southerly wind will help temperatures get back to seasonable levels, in the upper 40s-lower 50s.
The warming trend will continue in the upcoming work week, but the pattern will remain unsettled with several opportunities for rain.
As of Saturday evening, Monday night, Thursday night and Friday will be the most likely opportunities for rain, while Saturday could bring a chance for thunderstorms as well.