Watch the video above for an hour-by-hour breakdown of the rest of the weekend.
Scattered rain showers will return Sunday afternoon with temperatures in the 40s. A wintry mix will be possible into the late afternoon and evening. If so, the wintry mix will change to snow by nightfall. The chance for precipitation will then taper off.
With all the precipitation types, it will make it hard for any one type of accumulation.
Better weather moves in to start the week, with sunny skies expected for Monday. We should warm up into the upper 40s by Thursday.
National Weather Service definitions of the six types of precipitation that are possible this weekend:
Precipitation that falls to earth in drops more than 0.5 mm in diameter.
Precipitation consisting of numerous minute droplets of water less than 0.5 mm in diameter.
Rain that falls as a liquid but freezes into glaze upon contact with the ground.
A drizzle that falls as a liquid but freezes into glaze or frost upon contact with the cold ground or surface structures.
Pellets of ice composed of frozen or mostly frozen raindrops or refrozen partially melted snowflakes.
Precipitation in the form of ice crystals, mainly of intricately branched, hexagonal form and often agglomerated into snowflakes, formed directly from the freezing [deposition] of the water vapor in the air.