This past weekend we enjoyed sunny skies and high temperatures in the middle to upper 60s. This week we are going to be brought back to reality as winter returns. Monday we will see partly sunny skies early in the day, but skies will be clearing partially throughout the day, giving us mostly sunny skies in the latter half of the day. Overnight on Monday clouds will begin to roll back in ahead of the next rain/snow system that will move through the area. Tuesday we expect to see cloudy skies and a high temperature hovering around 50 degrees, but rain will dominate the day as we can expect to see rain totals of about 0.25-0.5 inches. Tuesday night there is the chance for the rain to change over to snow, with a period of freezing rain in between, potentially making travel conditions tricky for Wednesday Morning. During the day on Wednesday we will see a break in the weather briefly with partly sunny skies. Thursday is the day we expect to winter return in the form of snow and cold temperatures. As the system moves out of the southwest, the freeze line will move from the northwest, meaning most of the northern half of the state will see snow. Here in Muncie we can expect to have anywhere from 1-3 inches accumulation on Thursday. Friday those cold temperatures are going to stick around, but we will see partly sunny skies. For more weather updates follow us on Twitter @NLIweather.