TONIGHT: After a break in the clouds, another upper-level wave moves in tonight, bringing another chance for rain and snow after midnight. Temperatures will be slightly cooler falling to the upper 20s to bear 30 overnight. Minor accumulation will be possible mainly west of Highway 63, with less than 1" possible.
TOMORROW: Light snow/rain begins to taper off around lunch time Saturday, with scattered clouds sticking around and winds out of the southeast. Highs only reach the mid-upper 40s, about 12-15 degrees below average.
EXTENDED: Clouds begin to increase again Saturday night, with temperatures in the 30s overnight. There is a chance for some light rain mainly north of I-70 Sunday morning, with skies beginning to clear in the afternoon. Highs reach the low 60s on Sunday. Next week, temperatures stay in the upper 60s and low 70s, with a chance of showers and storms late Wednesday into Thursday. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.