Unsettled weather is moving in for today and the weekend. While the weekend won't be a complete washout, we are forecasting several chances for showers and even a wintry mix from Friday right through Monday.
The first piece of precipitation moves into the state later this morning. We're forecasting rain showers, which could start as a little bit of snow or sleet.
Temperatures right at the ground will be above freezing, therefore we're not concerned about the snow sticking.
Here's a look at First Alert Future Radar Friday at 2 p.m.
The rain shower activity will move out just in time for any Friday evening plans. Temperatures Friday evening will near 40 degrees.
The next chance for rain heads our way on Saturday. Rain showers will develop during the afternoon hours and continue through Saturday evening.
Check out First Alert Future Radar on Saturday at 4 p.m.
The unsettled weather will continue into the day on Sunday with a cold rain. Temperatures Sunday will be in the upper-30s and low-40s.
We're also forecasting isolated showers on Monday and Tuesday. The shower activity will finally come to an end as we head into the middle of next week. It also looks like some milder air will work in to the state. We're forecasting high temperatures in the middle-50s by this time next week.