According to the National Weather Service, today will be cloudy with a high temperature of 37 degrees.
Freezing drizzle & light snow will develop across the area tonight.
Light snow continues to move out of areas close to the Nebraska-Kansas border, and that'll be the end of the snow chance for this morning. General ice accumulations between one- and two-tenths of an inch are possible.
Monday, it will be sunny with a high near 37 and an east wind of 3 to 8 miles per hour, the weather service said. A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect through the overnight. Snow totals will not be overly impressive, valleys see another 1-3 inches, while the higher elevations see around 4 plus inches.
Saturday night - A chance of snow and freezing drizzle before 10 p.m., then a chance of snow.
How quickly temperatures fall and when rainfall redevelops Sunday morning could prompt changes in the forecast, Smith said. Snow likely. Highest accumulation generally north of a line from Clay Center to Holton with 2 to 5 inches possible. Colder temperatures in the teens and 20s will gradually rise in Western and Central Massachusetts, while coastal areas will see temperatures crack the lower 30s. Winds will be west southwest of 11 to 13 miles per hour.
Rain in Thursday followed by a cool down.
Tuesday, the high will be near 49 with mostly sunny skies, the weather service said. Much of tomorrow should be dry, but cloudy, with highs in the upper 40s.