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The sun is shining and runners and gardeners are enjoying the warmer temperatures. But as KSMU’s Justin Lux reports, those making plans to have a little fun in the sun this weekend might want to rethink their plans.
For the end of the work week expect to see higher temperatures and some rainfall late Friday night. A strong storm system is likely to come through this weekend which will bring much colder temperatures and precipitation along with it.
Meteorologist Eric Wise with the National Weather Service says cold weather and possibly snow may be on the way.
"As the system moves in you can't rule out some isolated thunderstorms and then the cold air will wrap-in and you will see a mix to maybe some light snow Saturday night. You may seem light accumulation, but better chance that happens farther north," says Wise.
Due to the higher temperatures before the storm system, the chance of snow accumulating is very unlikely.
For KSMU News, I’m Justin Lux.