Warmer temperatures are expected to keep the snowflakes in check over the next several days, but not necessarily showers and drizzle, according to the National Weather Service.
While Sunday will remain dry but mostly cloudy, with a high of 43 degrees, the weather pattern starts to warm up on Monday, which will be partly sunny, featuring a high of 49 degrees.
Tuesday will feature rain early in the day, with the high reaching 59 degrees. Both Monday and Tuesday will be a bit on the windy side, as well.
The possibility of rain remains in the picture for Wednesday, with the temperature topping out at 56 degrees.
Temperatures will start to cool down on Thursday, with showers also possible and a high of 47 degrees. Snow showers re-enter the forecast on a mostly cloudy Friday, with the temperature peaking out at just 43 degrees.