Early Friday morning: The last of the precipitation is expected to leave the area, with a relatively warmer day reaching the lower 40s amid some sunshine in the earlier half of the day.
Friday night through Saturday morning: Another burst of snow is possible as a "clipper"-type system passes through. Clippers are known for lighter dustings of snow, coming into the region from the west. The National Weather Service was forecasting 1-2 inches of snow along the Interstate 95 corridor and 2-4 inches northwest of that.
Over the weekend, through Monday: Cold temperatures, with lows in the teens and 20s and highs in the 20s and 30s, and cloudy skies. Another chance of snow and rain is possible Monday night into Tuesday.
Tuesday through the end of next week: A warm-up is in the forecast, with highs climbing into the mid- to upper-40s. Longer-term forecasts suggest highs close to 60 degrees are possible by the end of the week.