Several inches of snow possible this weekend in northeast Kansas

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The high will be 35 degrees.

Across the country's midsection, 40 million people are under a winter storm advisory, watch or warning. Readings are in the middle to upper 30s. The rest of the night is partly clear.

Tomorrow: Mostly Cloudy, PM Wintry Mix.

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FOX 5's Mike Thomas says the system is expected to bring around two to four inches of snow to the D.C. metro area.

Tracking rain and snow this weekend...

There is about a 10% chance that St. Louis will get 14 inches or more of snow, according to the National Weather Service high-end forecast. Some flurries could last into Sunday, which will be cloudy with highs 28-31 after 25-28 in the morning for low temperatures. A heavy, wet snow will likely occur late Friday into early Saturday morning along the I-70 corridor through IL. In the immediate Triad, ½ to 1 inch of snow and sleet with the most on the northwest side. Further to the north a sharp cutoff will exist with places around Galena and Dubuque hardly seeing any accumulation at all as the snow fights off dry air. It's out of here early Sunday morning. Today will be another sunny and cold day. Wind chills remain in the single digits this morning and will ease only a touch through the afternoon. Wind: SE/N 10-15. Low: 31. Tuesday is a bit less cold with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. Not only have we snapped our 29 day warm streak with above average temperatures, now, we are looking at a Winter Storm to move in by the weekend.