The stretch of unseasonably cold weather will end just in time this weekend to prevent what potentially could have been a significant snowfall.
Temperatures will start to rise just in the nick of time, in fact.
The overnight low Friday night into Saturday morning will be around 25 degrees with a windchill factor between 20 and 25 degrees.
Clouds will roll in during the morning Saturday and the temperature will rise into the mid- to upper-40s before rainfall arrives around 1 p.m. Up to a quarter-inch of rain is possible through the evening.
Sunday will be warmer yet, with a high in the low-50s under partly sunny skies. There is a chance of rain until around noontime.
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