Highs Saturday reached 33-37 with snowfall amounts of trace to 1.3". Heaviest total reported was Demotte, in Jasper County, with 1.3".
Periods of snow in the morning to midday with larger-scale lift will be followed by numerous scattered snow showers & squalls in the afternoon to early evening as the core of the cold air aloft arrives.
Watch for slick roadways & rapid fluctuations in visibility.
Highs will run 31-34 with west winds 10-15 mph.
Snow showers/squalls will taper Sunday evening-night. Some flurries are possible Monday. After 24-30 Sunday night, highs Monday will run 31-35.
Watch for icy roads Sunday night & Monday morning.
1-2" of snow will occur, but some pockets & isolated +2" amounts will occur in heavier bursts Sunday.
Clipper will bring wave of some snow Tuesday morning. Potential is there for 1" or less, but exact track is in question. Changes in the track could result in lower or higher totals.
Highs will run in the 30-35 range in the afternoon with mostly cloudy skies after around 30 in the morning.
With some clearing, lows of 17-24 are likely Tuesday night-early Wednesday morning.
Wednesday looks partly cloudy with highs 35-40 with southwest wind 13-25 mph.
Some showers are possible later Thursday, ending as some snow showers with 38-46. A few snow showers are possible Friday with 29-35.
With mostly cloudy skies, highs of 29-35.
After a mantle of snow is laid down, it still looks like the coldest air of the winter after January 25-26. Lows below 0 to around 0 are still possible for a night or two.