This story has been updated.
Let's start with the good news.
Temperatures will actually become much more spring-like, starting in the middle of next week, with the last of the winter weather likely in the rearview mirror once and for all.
Now here's the not-so-good news.
Before that happens, the area is now likely to see more snowfall on back-to-back days, including a weekend storm that may bring up to 3 inches of accumulation.
There is a chance of snow in the pre-dawn hours of Friday, followed by a chance of a wintry mix until late morning. Precipitation will turn to rain as the day's high temperature climbs to around 50. There should be no more than a trace to a half-inch of snowfall accumulation.
That likely will not be the case overnight Friday into Saturday, when 1 to 3 inches of accumulation is possible. If the storm tracks farther south or temperatures are at or above freezing, there may only be a trace of snow.
The snow chance starts at around 2 a.m. Saturday. Snow becomes likely after 8 a.m. Saturday on a day in which the high temperature will only reach the mid-30s.
There could be some lingering flurries Saturday evening under cloudy skies.
Sunday will be mostly sunny with a high in the mid-40s.
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