RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The CBS 17 Storm Team Alert Day has come to an end as the storms have pushed east toward the coast.

The rest of Saturday will feature a few showers, or even snow flurries, mainly north of the Triangle this afternoon as some leftover moisture quickly moves through on the backside of the system.

Behind the strong cold front, it will turn much colder. After a morning high in the 50s, temperatures will fall into the upper 30s by this afternoon. It will also be windy with northwest winds 15 to 25 mph, and gusts up to and possibly over 35 mph. 

Skies will be cloudy until late in the afternoon when skies will clear out to set us up for a very cold Saturday night.

For Sunday, it will be sunny but cold. After morning temperatures in the lower 20s, highs only top out near 50. This will be more like January than the first day of Daylight Saving time.

With mostly sunny skies on Monday, highs will quickly rebound back into the 60s.  Temperatures remain mild for the rest of the week with a few showers possible Wednesday into early Thursday.