Even though today's temperatures are expected to reach into the 60s, don't pack away your sweaters quite yet. Tony Petrolito, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Columbia, said weather systems are moving pretty quickly across the region, resulting in temperature fluctuations from warm one day to cool another. "It will probably be in the 60s today - around 63 degrees" he said. "But it will be cooler over the weekend again." Saturday's high will be around 58 degrees with an overnight low of 48, but Sunday's temperature will be a chilly 46 with an overnight low of 37 degrees. There is a 40 percent chance of rain showers tonight and a 50 percent chance Sunday, but don't look for any of the snow that graced Aiken and surrounding areas Tuesday. White fluff accumulated on rooftops and sitting cars that day in Aiken, but melted soon after hitting the ground in most areas. According to the National Weather Service, Aiken County received .3 of an inch. Coming off the weekend, temperatures will rise slightly with Monday's high forecast to be 56 degrees and Tuesday's high around 58 degrees. Temperatures the remainder of the week will hover in the high 50s with overnight lows dropping to the high 30s. According to the State Climatology Office, the Aiken area is on par with average temperatures. The average maximum temperature for January is 58 degrees with the average minimum temperature at 34 degrees.