Cloudy skies will give ways to a few flurries on Sunday as a cold front pushes through the state.
Temperatures are expected to reach the mid 40s on Sunday which will allow for a rain and snow mixture in some areas.
Winds may become a bit breezy with the initial passage of the front Sunday afternoon.
Most areas will see less than an inch of snow accumulation, with the mountains catching the brunt of the snow.
Flurries area expected to last into Monday, likely tapering off around the noon hour.
A few more busts of snow are likely through the first portion of next week.
Tuesday night into Wednesday will present the best possibility for some accumulation as another weather system makes an appearance.
Temperatures will cool drastically on Wednesday following the passage of this system.