The eastern and northern portions of the state will see a few more light snow showers through this afternoon before the most recent front pushes east. Strong, gusty winds will cause ground drifting as well. Slick spots will be found on some roadways. Further west, the weather is much more settled and will likely stay mainly dry through tonight.
The weekend starts out with warmer weather statewide. Highs will make it into the 40s to near 50 degrees in the east, with a few 20s and 30s in the mountains. Other than some strong west winds along I-80, the weather will be settled on Saturday.
The next cold front is scheduled to move through on Sunday. Scattered snow showers and colder temperatures will filter through the northern half of the state through the afternoon. The front heads south and could bring a few light snow showers to the south by the evening through Monday morning. Monday will be colder statewide.