Light snow for the north on Saturday
The 1 AM surface map shows the boundary that is splitting the state, and it doesn't appear that it is going very far. It will be cooler in the north where the thermometer won't move upwards much during the day. Areas south of the front enjoy another mild day, but not quite as warm as Friday.
A weak area of low pressure passes through the slipstream between the areas of high pressure in the north and south. That will help nudge the stalled front to the south Saturday night and bring the cold in ahead of the storm on the way Sunday into Monday.
Saturday 6 AM to 7 PM - Outflow ahead of the weak low brings areas of light snow over the north where 1-3" of accumulation is possible there. To the south, a light rain shower or sprinkle is possible, with a glimpse of sun poking through at times. Highs for the day range in the 30s north to 40s south, perhaps 50° if the sun stays out long enough in spots, and wind is expected to be light for most areas.
Cooler air filters in overnight, dropping temperatures in the north into the 20s, and 30s elsewhere.
A decent snow on the way Sunday into Monday