A cold front will bring us a wintry mix overnight Saturday into Sunday. The heaviest band of precipitation will likely arrive after midnight and will impact counties north and west of Eau Claire first before moving to the south and east.
Locations north of Eau Claire have the best chance to start out as all snow, meanwhile Eau Claire and locations to the south will likely see precipitation start out as rain and transition over to snow or a mix as we head into Sunday morning.
Snow accumulations will be small with this system. Most of us could pick up between a trace and an inch of snow depending on how much mixing occurs. A few isolated locations may see up to two inches.
The wintry mix will move out early on Sunday morning and may transition back over to drizzle before tapering off. Some roads may be slick early on Sunday, so make sure to set aside a little extra time to travel if you have plans on Sunday morning.
The rest of Sunday will be mostly cloudy with high temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. For the rest of the week, temperatures will be fairly close to average in the upper 30s and low 40s. The two systems we are watching this week would impact us on Tuesday and Thursday and would be our best chance to see rain or snow this week.