It will be cool this week, but don't look for any of the white stuff. Most of the Northeast is expected to receive anywhere from one to six inches of snow over the next 24 hours, but none of that will sweep south, according to the National Weather Service in Columbia. "It will be cold the rest of the week," said forecaster Tony Petrolito. "But we are not forecasting any snow." The last time the Aiken area saw any snow was a dusting in mid-January 2008. According to the state Climatology Office, Aiken County has only a 30 percent chance of snow each year. The highest daily snowfall in the county was 15 inches, recorded on Feb. 10, 1973. Today will bring a 20 percent chance of rain under a mostly cloudy sky with a high of 54 degrees. Mid-week overnight lows will drop to roughly 30 degrees, but Thursday and Friday night lows are forecast to plunge into the teens at 17 and 14 degrees, respectively. Wednesday will be sunny with a high near 51 degrees. Wednesday night will be mostly clear with a low around 31. Thursday will see a mostly sunny sky with a high near 49 degrees.