Today, we'll see such a contrast from yesterday's storms. As the cold front pushes east, taking the severe weather with it, temperatures will continue to fall. We could see some light rain/snow mix and flurries areas to the north of 44 during the morning hours. The precipitation should end early this afternoon while cold temperatures takes it's place.
Thursday, a light flurry is possible in the morning, but otherwise warmer temperatures are expected throughout the day. Highs will push the low 40s while overnight lows drop drastically to the teens and even single digits, without the wind chills. Friday features 30s, while we warm up nicely leading into the weekend.
KSPR Meteorologist Lindsey Slater