Happy Friday! We're in for another warm day today. Highs will be up to 30, with mostly cloudy skies. I've bumped our chance of snow up to 40 percent. A weak low-pressure system will be forming and move eastward over the region. I'm only expecting a dusting to around 2 inches possible out of this system. There won't be much activity for the Borderland, but there will be a chance of snow showers south of The Range.

Cold air filters down to us on Saturday, with lows near 13 and highs at 21. Because of the cold air rushing in and creating a little uplift in the atmosphere, I'm including a 20 percent chance of a few flurries. Otherwise expect mostly cloudy skies.

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Sunday will be the coldest day with lows down to 2 and highs at 13. Expect partly cloudy skies, as high pressure is in control. But a warm front pushes toward the Northland on Monday and will warm us up by the afternoon. We'll start out with lows down to 4 and highs will get up to 25. Expect a 30 percent chance of snow showers as well.

Make it a great day!

Five-day forecast:

Friday: Mostly cloudy, 40 percent chance of snow showers; H: 30 L: 13

Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 20 percent chance of flurries; H: 21 L: 2

Sunday: Partly cloudy; H: 13 L: 4

Monday: Mostly cloudy, 30 percent chance of snow showers; H: 25 L: 16

Tuesday: Mostly coudy, 30 percent chance of flurries; H: 30 L: 20