Another storm system will move into the Northeast on Thursday, but the atmosphere will be warm enough for rain showers. Increasing clouds, with a low around 35.
Winter looks to linger into early next week, leaving us with cold temperatures and yet another chance for snow before the week is over.
The National Weather Service office in Weldon Spring said Saturday should be dry and sunny, but with a low in the morning of about 25 degrees. After 2 p.m., any precipitation that falls will likely be in the form of rain.
The Winter Weather Advisory in south-central Montana suggests we could see 3 to 6 inches of snow out of this next snow event.
A system should just miss us to the south, sparing us from more April snow. Some snow accumulation should happen across much of eastern Iowa, depending on how the system tracks.
We had 52 miles per hour wind gusts on Wednesday morning.
The weather service's seven-day forecast shows a chance of rain and snow Monday night as well, which will also see a low temp around 34 degrees.
The weather will be springlike today, but there is an inch or so of snow possible on Friday in Wyandotte County. The average high for this time of year is 57 degrees, and Tuesday's high of 47 degrees will be the closest we will be to average.
There will be a chance of snow and freezing rain before noon on Sunday, then a chance of rain between noon and 1 p.m. New sleet accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with an 80 percent chance for additional snow and colder.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: mid-upper 40s. Wet and cold with scattered rain and snow turning to snow overnight. It will be breezy and cool, with high temps limited to the mid to upper 40s.
Record lows will again be possible Saturday morning before we warm up a little Saturday.