The good news though is that warm ground temperatures will mitigate impacts. Any light accumulations will likely be confined to grassy and elevated surfaces. Something to add...this doesn't appear to be the only winter weather threat this upcoming week. It's still a little ways out, but keep an eye on Monday night and Tuesday.
The big news this weekend is the very cold air on the way. Some will likely not get out of the 30s tomorrow under mostly cloudy skies and northwest flow. Normal highs for this time of year run in the middle 50s to low 60s! Unfortunately, the cool air is going to stick around. The common theme the rest of the week will be highs in the low to middle 40s and overnight lows well-below freezing, at times hitting the low to mid 20s. Bottom line, this will be a shock to the system. Not only for us, but also animals. Be sure to take preventative measures to reduce cold stress!
Looking farther out, the 6-10 and 8-14 day outlooks both point to VERY high confidence in below normal temperatures sticking around through at least the third full week of November.