Light snow is possible Saturday for portions of the Central Rockies and Plains.
A weak upper level trough and cold front will transition from the Central Rockies into the Central Plains on Saturday morning/afternoon allowing for isolated showers across Northern Texas and Southern Oklahoma with a light snow possible from Northern Oklahoma to South Dakota. Accumulations are likely to be light with the best chance of 2-4 inches of light snow possible from Kansas to South Dakota, and westward back into Wyoming and parts of Colorado.
Elsewhere, high pressure will remain in place over much of the Eastern CONUS. Isolated snow showers will be possible through the Great Lakes, however, significant accumulations are not anticipated at this time.