A larger system will move through on Thursday and Friday. As this system passes to our south we will see temperatures continue to drop and the potential of some snow mixing in with the rain late Thursday and Friday. The heaviest precipitation at this time looks to fall in southeastern KELOLAND. While a few snow showers are looking pretty likely we will have to see what kind of impact the snow will have. Temperatures of course have been pretty warm lately so it will take some time for snow to start sticking without melting on contact with the ground.
Right now the weekend is looking quiet.
Quiet conditions are expected through the overnight tonight with cool temperatures in the 30s. Tuesday is looking pretty quiet as well with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 60s. By Wednesday a couple of showers are looking like especially across the southern portion of the state. Temperatures will be cooler and winds will switch back around to the north.