SIDNEY -- Residents in much of the Panhandle woke today to snow and icy conditions as well as fog limiting visibility for travelers.

The National Weather Service reports humidity at about 96 percent throughout the morning since about 8 p.m. Wednesday. The freezing fog reduced visibility to about a quarter mile. Windchill temperatures have been in the teens, from 20 degrees at 8:53 p.m. Wednesday to 13 early this morning before starting a slow climb.

Temperatures today are expected to reach 48 with another chance of showers tonight. Friday is expected to reach the low 50s with a chance of rain and rain/snow that night. 

Temperatures fall Saturday with a predicted high of 34 coupled with wind and a 50 percent chance of snow showers.