It was again, foggy to start Friday morning. Very light flurries fell overnight and there will be chances for even more snow into the above average weekend.
Temperatures will swing above freezing during the day and below freezing at night Saturday and Sunday too. Highs will hit the mid 30's through the weekend, but even when snow isn't falling mostly cloudy to overcast conditions will resume.
The large surface low centered over Missouri will slowly slide east over the weekend. It has stalled in the Central Plains but it's associated circulation is wrapping moisture up into the Great Lakes Region.
Thus, light snow chances are possible all day Friday and Saturday before flurries close out our streak of snow on Sunday.
Total accumulations through the weekend will be around an inch for Eau Claire and west, while east and southeast may see 1 to 3 inches. This just depends on where the strongest bands setup this weekend.
Travel impacts should be minimal, or there will at least be no new impacts. Melting and re-freezing with light snow coating the roads will make things slippery at times.
The extended gray period lasts through much of next week with minor chances for a few flakes Monday and Tuesday, but those won't likely accumulate.