An area of weak low pressure is moving over the Midwest and it brought rain to parts of KELOLAND today. The rain that slid into the area this afternoon is expected to change over to snow during the overnight hours tonight. Most of the area that will see snow can expect less than 1 inch but areas in the northeast could see some geographically enhanced snowfall of 1 to 3 inches.
Sunday morning will have a few leftover flurries for eastern KELOLAND but as the area of low pressure moves on, there will only be mostly cloudy to cloudy skies with clouds decreasing as the day goes on. Afternoon highs will be slightly cooler, in the 30s and 40s, but still way above average for this time of year. If clouds clear out fast enough, the west could see highs in the 50s again.
The beginning of the work week will continue the pattern we had last week. Quiet weather with partly sunny to mostly sunny skies and highs way above average, climbing into the 40s and 50s and even some 60s are possible in the west.
The second half of the 7 day is when the pattern will start to change. Cold air is expected to return to KELOLAND and as the cold air sinks back into the Midwest, highs next weekend could range from the teens to around 30 degrees.