Mostly snow will fall farther north and west of the metro area with a mix of freezing rain and sleet for most of the metro.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in place from 9 p.m. this evening through 7 a.m. Saturday.
Freezing drizzle is expected to develop late tonight.
The cold snap will continue into Monday with wintry showers overnight and frost and ice developing. However, it has been almost three years since we received even two inches of snow in Emporia.
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After Friday's brief warm up, temperatures are expected to slide as the cold front that will bring the precipitation moves across the area.
Martin Bowles from the Met Office said: 'This afternoon it is expected to be wet across the south, with rain and winds coming through the day. There is also the chance for some freezing drizzle developing late Friday night. The high temperature will be right around the freezing mark of 32. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from after midnight until early Sunday afternoon. This will allow for temperatures to climb well into the 30s, with a few spots near 40 across southern Vermont and New Hampshire. Care should be taken while walking as ice will accumulate on untreated surfaces as well.
More freezing rain, possibly mixed with sleet, is likely Sunday, when the temperature will range from a high of 30 to a low of 15.