Rain has ended, but lingering drizzle is still possible through the end of the day.
Most locations are holding on to overcast skies, which will begin to break up overnight.
Lows tonight will settle around the upper 20s with areas of fog.
Fog is possible for your Saturday morning with some re-freezing on side and rural roads from cold temperatures overnight.
Highs through the weekend will settle into the low 40s and some upper 30s with a mix of sun and clouds.
A weak cold front will sweep in by Monday, which could allow for a flurry or two.
Highs Monday will be cooler because of the front and only top out in the mid 30s.
Temperatures drop around freezing Tuesday before rebounding for the second half of the week.
Flurries are possible Wednesday night with rain chances Thursday.
We could see a rain snow mix by Friday.
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