SATURDAY NIGHT: Snow is likely with low temperatures in the mid 20s and easterly winds up to 8 mph.
SUNDAY: Snow will begin to taper off in the morning, but flurries will linger through the day before snow ends by the late afternoon. Total snow accumulation of 2-4" north of I-70 and 4-6" south is expected with this storm system. High temperatures will reach the mid 30s with a northerly wind up to 10 mph.
EXTENDED: Another storm system will bring a chance of wintry precipitation late Monday into Tuesday. Rain, freezing rain, and sleet will be possible Monday night. Then on Tuesday temperatures will warm into the low 50s with rain likely during the day. A few flurries are possible Wednesday morning as temperatures cool back into the 20s. Then dry weather will return to end the work week. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.