This weekend, the weather pattern will be changing. However, the storm that looked like it would bring up to a couple of inches of accumulating snow to Anchorage will be taking a track farther south than previously expected and will barely glance by Southcentral this weekend.

Clouds start to move in from the south on Saturday, and it won't be quite as cold with the high temperature making it up to the low-30s after starting out around 20 degrees.

There could be some isolated flurries and light snow overnight Friday into Saturday morning with no accumulations expected in lower elevations.

Sunday will be mostly cloudy with slightly warmer morning temperatures. The rest of next week will gradually warm to lows from the mid-20s to around 30 and highs from the mid-30s to around 40 degrees by Thursday.

The best chance of accumulating snow looks to be Monday night into Tuesday, but, by then it could be warm enough to mean a mix of snow mixed with rain which would lessen any accumulations.