Wintry weekend weather expected to begin Friday with freezing drizzle across the area starting during the morning hours and persisting through much of the day, especially north of Highway 36. South of Highway 36, temperatures may warm above freezing by noon with freezing drizzle changing to drizzle south of that highway. Friday night into Saturday, an arctic cold front moves through with temperatures falling through the day. Light snow will accompany the storm system associated with the front with accumulations generally half an inch or less. Although some pockets of higher amounts are possible. By Sunday morning, dangerously cold air will be in place across the region with low in the -5° to 5° range and wind chill values ranging from -25 to -10.