It's been a cold start to the weekend with near record morning temperatures Saturday. Afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 50s to low 60s.
Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that many areas in Kansas will see some snow, but it shouldn't amount to very much. Locations across Western Kansas will see up to 2 inches through Saturday morning. Pockets of snow for the morning and evening, with rain and snow mixing during the day. Rain will linger for longer in the Tri-Cities before a light wintry mix is possible this afternoon.
Tonight: Light rain/some sleet this evening then light snow.
The south coast and Avalon will get about 5-10 cm, maybe 12 cm in Clarenville, 10-15 in central and 15-20 cm in the west and on the Northern Peninsula.
Clouds increase into Sunday ahead of our next system that will bring continued chilly weather and a chance for a wintry mix Sunday afternoon.
More unsettled weather is a possibility by mid-week.
The best chance of completely sunny and dry days will be Thursday and early Friday as we remain between systems.
Wednesday looks wonderful with some sunshine and almost-seasonal temperatures with a high of 7 C and a low of -1 C.
More mixed skies are on tap for Monday with a 30 per cent chance chance of flurries, a high of 3 C and a low of -3 C that comes with a 30 per cent chance of flurries.
Thu: High: 78 Low: 54 Partly cloudy, breezy.