Clouds will be around until midnight, then slow clearing with low temperatures in the lower-twenties inland to mid-twenties lakeside.
The mild air continues on Friday which starts out with sunshine and high temperatures in the upper-thirties before clouds increase and light snow develops in the very late afternoon and evening. The light snow continues Friday night into Saturday morning with 1" of accumulation, and some isolated areas of 2".
Saturday is colder with high temperatures near 32 degrees, flurries and a gusty northwest winds putting wind chills in the upper-teens all day. Sunday's high temperatures will be in the lower-twenties with some sunshine, gusty winds and wind chills in the single digits to lower teens.
Monday warms back up into the mid-thirties and a rain/snow mix is likely on Tuesday with high temperatures near 40 degrees.