Light to moderate snow will fall through Saturday night with 1 to 2 inches accumulating by Sunday morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 9 pm Friday until Midnight Saturday.
Bitter, cold air will continue to flow into the region keeping wind chills near and below zero for the night.
Tuesday's highs will only reach the teens but breezy winds will make it feel like below zero.
More clouds than sun will start the week with highs in the mid 30s.
We'll see few clouds Sunday with highs in the upper 30s.
A light rain/snow mix is possible Friday night while highs drop down into the low 30s for the weekend.
We'll have a chance for some patchy light rain mainly during the afternoon and heading into the evening.
A weak disturbance will move through the region Friday bringing a chance for rain during the day and a mix during the night.
NORAD is tracking Santa and so is KQ2. We'll see skies gradually clear tonight so you can be on the lookout for him.
The region will see between a coating and an inch late Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.
Light rain will taper off Monday night but colder air will move in by Tuesday.
We'll see our first round of rain tonight and then another round Monday morning/afternoon.
We'll have a chance for some light drizzle through the day with heavier rain arriving in the evening.
We'll see another cloudy, cool day with the chance for a light shower.
After a beautiful Monday, high temperatures drop into the mid to upper 30s.
Monday will be warmer with high temperatures nearing 50.
Clouds will clear out early Monday allowing more sun through the day.
Foggy conditions Saturday night will linger into the morning hours on Sunday.
Partly sunny skies today with highs around 40, but wet weather returns to wrap up the week.
Winds out of the north will continue to bring colder air into the area.
High temperatures in the 20s Monday will feel like the teens and single digits with the wind chill factor.
A cold front will start to push into the area late Saturday night and drop temperatures through Sunday.
We'll see another day of sun and warmer air.
After a cold start to Black Friday, a warm front brings warm weather for the weekend.
High temperatures Friday will be much warmer in the low 50s.
Thursday's clouds will break for some sun but high temperatures will only reach the 30s.
As colder air moves in Sunday night, Monday's high temperatures will only reach the upper 30s.
We'll have a chance for rain throughout the day with our best chances during the afternoon.
Monday's high temperatures around the region will struggle to reach 20 degrees.
Some snow showers out to our west are headed toward the area.
Steady snowfall Saturday evening has created slick roads.
There's still a chance for some lingering flurries through Saturday afternoon and evening.
Above average temperatures will continue into the start of the work week.
Southwest winds will help us reach the 60s to end the weekend.
We'll have a mild start to the work week with high temperatures reaching the mid 60s.
High temperatures to end the weekend will reach the upper 50s and lower 60s.
As a cold front continues to exit the region, cloud cover will decrease during the overnight.
By Tuesday, temperatures across the region will drop into the 60s.
A cold front from the northwest will sweep through the region on Monday.
St. Joseph reached a record high of 88 degrees Sunday. The previous record was 87 degrees back in 1963.
We'll have another day of high temperatures in the 80s.
Clearing skies Friday night will lead to plenty of sun on Saturday.
Above average high temperatures will continue into the start of the work week.
High temperatures to end the weekend will be in the upper 60s.
Clearing skies Thursday night will lead to few clouds on Friday.
Plenty of sun and near normal temperatures will start the weekend.
Showers are likely Sunday night and through Monday.
We'll have a partly sunny end to the weekend with high temperatures reaching the mid 60s.
We'll see some mild air Monday with partly sunny skies.