Forecast by Meteorologist Danielle Grant

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy, breezy and dry.  Overnight lows from 27° to 32°.

MONDAY:  Mostly cloudy, mild and dry through midday. Evening rain/snow developing with gusty winds.  Morning lows from 27° to 32°, afternoon highs from 51° to 56°.

TUESDAY:  Snow in the morning. Current estimates are for 2-4" around the Metro Area with higher amounts south of County Line Road and possible blizzard conditions across the Eastern Plains.  Morning lows from 20° to 25°, afternoon highs from 29° to 34°.

WEDNESDAY:  Partly sunny, breezy and seasonal. Morning lows from 12° to 17°, afternoon highs from 42° to 47°.

THURSDAY:  Mostly cloudy with areas of light snow. Morning lows from 19° to 24°, afternoon highs from 31° to 36°.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny, breezy and dry. Morning lows from 14° to 19°, afternoon highs from 45° to 50°.

SATURDAY:  Mostly sunny and warmer! Morning lows from 21° to 26°, afternoon highs from 47° to 52°.

SUNDAY:  Partly sunny, windy and mild! Morning lows from 22° to 27°, afternoon highs from 52° to 57°.

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