From severe storms to snow and that is not a typo.
Some areas north and west may receive snow late tonight into tomorrow morning while everyone else will get rain.
It's all courtesy of an upper level system that will move in during that time frame.
Much colder air has moved in behind the powerful cold front that brought the severe weather yesterday, which consisted of damaging wind gusts, hail, flooding and even two tornado warnings.
In the wake of the front, temps have cooled down significantly. Yesterday before the front passed high temps were in the upper 70s. After the fropa or frontal passage temps have dipped into the upper 50s for highs.
The 50s look to stick around into the beginning of the weekend, keeping us below the normal temperature for this time of year which is 64 degrees. Temps "spring" (pun intended) back to seasonal levels by the end of the weekend into the beginning of next week.