A few flurries are possible late Thursday night and Friday morning before high pressure takes control, making for a dry and sunny afternoon.
Saturday, snow turning to rain is expected and some sleet is also possible during the transition. Rain showers and temperatures in the mid-40s Saturday afternoon will aid in rapid snowmelt.
Temperatures will again warm into the 40s on Sunday. Some scattered rain showers are possible and a brief period of freezing rain is not out of the question.
Temperatures on Monday will reach their peak early in the day, plummeting in the afternoon. Arctic air in place makes for a cold day Tuesday but temperatures climb later in the week.