A weak, moisture starved system will continue to increase clouds overnight Saturday. Light snow flurries are likely in spots late, with all activity winding down around morning. Lows will dip into the middle to upper 20s.
The flurries will wind down early in the morning, leaving cloudy skies behind. There is a window of opportunity for some thinning of clouds during the afternoon hours, meaning some sunshine will peak out. Those fortunate enough to see a larger window of sunshine will see temperatures rise to 40 degrees, even low 40s for some, but areas that are stuck with the most clouds will not make it out of the 30s.
Ample sunshine returns to the area by Monday, with high pressure taking full control of the weather through Tuesday. Temperatures will hover in the lower 40s.
MID TO LATE WEEK
Our next storm system will slowly develop and work towards the region, gradually increasing clouds Wednesday into Thursday. There is a small chance for a late day shower Thursday, but the brunt of the rain expected from this system will affect the area Thursday night through Friday. Highs remain mild in the middle to upper 40s. By Saturday, high pressure returns to region, bringing back the sunshine, and it looks like the mild pattern will continue.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!