Some light rain/snow mix could last through the early afternoon for southern counties, but mostly dry elsewhere. A cloudy start will give way to sunny skies by afternoon which will help temperatures reach a high of 52 degrees. Winds will remain out of the east at 5-10 mph. Then, through the overnight as temperatures drop to near freezing and winds shift out of the north, the next low pressure system moves in bringing rain and a wintery mix to most of the state for Sunday with snow likely in northern counties. At this point, following the NAM model, 1-3 inches is likely in northern locations with right at one inch of accumulation around I-64 and more of a wintery mix south of I-64. Most of the precipitation will begin Sunday afternoon and continue into Monday.