Another batch of scattered flurries and light snow will cap off the day. Activity will wind down this wind, leaving behind little to no accumulation. It will just look pretty. Skies will then go partly cloudy overnight. Just in time to reveal the peak of the full "snow" moon. Lows will be in the mid 20s.
Starting tomorrow the forecast turns back towards what we've gotten used to this winter - mild and wet. The warmer temperatures come first with highs near 50° to end the weekend. Rain will follow behind tomorrow night. This will kick off an active stretch with daily rain chances through late next week. The best rain chances will come on Monday then again Wednesday into Thursday. A couple inches of rain will be possible, but it looks like the axis of heaviest rain will remain just to our south. Things will dry up by Valentine's Day, but it will also be chillier with highs in the upper 30s.