Storm to bring rain, snow chance Friday

Quiet weather is expected through Thursday before a storm system looks to track near the area heading into Friday leading to the chance for precipitation.

The storm will develop in the southern plains and track northeast toward the area as high pressure from Canada builds in from the north pulling down some colder air.

The ABC 6 Weather First area will be on the northern edge where temperatures may initially be warm enough for rain late Thursday night. However, as colder air nudges in from the north, any rain may mix with or change to snow on Friday. At this point, little to no snow accumulation is expected.

The storm track is still wobbling around as the storm system is still over the eastern Pacific so some shifts north and south are possible before an exact track gets nailed down as we get closer.

Colder temperatures will follow the storm as highs will be in the 40s on Friday heading into the weekend.