I would expect to see "feels like" temperatures on Monday in the teens, and Tuesday/Wednesday in the single digits. This means there is low confidence on convective enhancement to the snowfall.
Rain will be likely for the morning drive but temperatures will continue to be above freezing early in the day.
National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Donofrio said on Saturday the National Digital Forecast Database indicated that some 200 records might fall. The exception will be extreme southwest Ottawa County with heavy lake effect Monday night and Tuesday.
Mostly cloudy on Wednesday with light snow or snow showers in the southern half of the area as low pressure tracks by to the south.
Otherwise, the main focus shifts to the colder air that will filter in, possibly even breaking some records. The advisory highlights the hazardous that accumulating snow will have on roadways. It will not only drop temperatures, it will also bring the chance for precipitation. A cold Veterans Day with a mix of clouds and some sun.
Later in the night, flurries and light snow will move in from Nebraska and will spread across northeast Kansas toward daybreak Monday.
By the evening rush hour, though, temperatures will be tumbling, and showers with a few embedded thunderstorms will sweep through the area.
Don't let Sunday's warmer temperatures fool you, snow is on the way. Snow will exit the Stateline by Monday evening.