A storm will pass through the region Sunday and give kids a wet start to their Presidents' Week vacation.
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Today will be mostly sunny but cold, with a few widely scattered snow flurries possible and high temperatures only in the mid-20s. Skies will be partly cloudy overnight and temperatures will drop to near 10 overnight.
Sunday will start out partly sunny, but clouds will roll in in the afternoon and the rain will start late in the afternoon, possibly as freezing rain, as highs warm into the upper 30s. The rain will continue through the night and into Monday, with overnight lows only dropping into the mid-30s.
The rain will taper to showers on Presidents' Day before leaving behind just cloudy skies and very warm temperatures, with highs in the low 50s. Final rainfall amounts could range from one-half to one inch.