(Above: National Center For Atmospheric Research Ensembles debate northern extent of tonight's precipitation. Click to Enlarge).
An area of low pressure will pass out well to our south tonight. Light precipitation extends well to the north of the low center, so it looks like we will be on the northern fringe of the precipitation tonight. Light rain could reach portions of our region as early as this evening. Low temperatures tonight will drop into the 30's and it will probably be just cold enough for a little wet snow to mix in at times. I am not anticipating any significant accumulation, however I wouldn't be surprised if some of the colder spots receive a little bit of a coating of wet snow on grassy surfaces, car tops, etc. High pressure builds back in Wednesday and skies become mostly sunny, with highs in the mid-40's-low 50's. An Arctic cold front will sweep across the area Thursday night. Behind it, expect windy & cold weather Friday with highs only in the 30's and lows in the teens (maybe some single numbers across higher elevations) Friday night/Saturday morning.