Temperatures may reach 64 today, with snow possible on Friday

Wintry weather impacts travel south Sunday  Sunday night

Most areas in West Michigan are just dealing with rain at this time as well. That will usher in some warmer air behind it though and set the stage for a warmer week next week.

Colder than average temperatures continue into next week. Locker said. "Alpena didn't get any lake effect snow because of the ice cover in the lake". Winds are still a bit breezy too. Expect spotty snow showers or flurries, especially in the snowbelt. Lows tonight dipping into the 20s in some locations.

Some locations across the commonwealth could see a "decent morning burst" of snow, though current predictions seem to show that Boston won't get the brunt of the wintry weather.

Overnight: Snow showers. Low around 29. There's strong indication that a system to the south stays far enough south not to bring much worry to the region Saturday morning. Most schools closed for the day, but polls are open! Since we retain a northerly wind flow, look for high temperatures only in the mid 40s with wind chill values down in the 30s.

The mostly sunny skies won't stick around for very long, though, as showers are likely after 2 p.m. on Sunday. And along with that snow, of course, comes some chilly temperatures.

NEXT WEEK: Monday we're watching yet another system.

The Kansas City area could see some rain and drizzle in mid-morning Friday, with a second band of precipitation later in the afternoon, according to forecasters. Low in the upper 10s. Wednesday is dry with sunshine. Temperatures are expected to rise well into the 50s to possibly near 60 degrees. Warmer temperatures in the low to mid 50s expected west of HWY 75 toward central Kansas where winds could increase this afternoon up to 20-30 miles per hour gusts.

Have a great day and an even better weekend!