Maximum temperatures dipping to single figures while overnight temperatures dropping below freezing in areas with overnight frost and ice. Only a few showers with a thunderstorm or two.
According to the Met Office however, Lincoln will be mostly cloudy and cold from Friday with rain forecast for much of the day on Saturday.
Forecasters said North Platte could see 7 inches of snow, and a winter storm warning is posted for the Interstate 80 corridor from Kearney to near Ogallala. Right now, snow will be possible Monday morning with clouds sticking around the rest of Monday.
Cameron said highs will be in the mid to upper 50s on Saturday. The atmosphere is slightly unstable with warmest afternoon temperatures and there are a few showers or flurries dropping down to the valley floor. Southwest winds 5 to 10 miles per hour.
American and Canadian models show a chance of a little snow Monday or Monday night. South southwest wind 6 to 11 miles per hour becoming southeast in the morning.
There will be some "accumulating snow within this period" and "temperatures could also dip as low as -10C" in some regions, he added.
The heaviest snow accumulations were predicted for the area between Ellsworth, Hyannis, Arthur, Mullen and Tryon. Rain is possible Monday night and Tuesday. Expect some breezy conditions during the afternoon. Then winter comes back as there's a chance of rain before 4 a.m., then a chance of rain and snow.
Tonight: Widespread haze. Mostly cloudy during the early evening, then clearing, with a low around 64. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
Snow showers and strong cold winds will likely cause travel disruption across the Midlands, southern Scotland and Northern Ireland on Easter Monday as Britons will start returning from their Bank Holiday getaways.
Saturday will bring further wintry showers in the north, while in the south these could be heavy with the chance of thunder and hail.
Wednesday: Showers likely, mainly after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 79.