Driving conditions could deteriorate overnight as the National Weather Service says there’s a chance of freezing drizzle after midnight.

Any flurries today are not expected to lead to any accumulation of snow. There’s a 20 percent chance of snow today with a high of 33, and it gets down to 24 overnight. The drizzile – again, no accumulation – could turn to snow in the morning. Friday and Saturday’s highs are in the low 30s with lows in the upper teens.

Sunday’s high is 41, and then a pattern of highs in the 30s and lows in the lower 20s sets in.

Other than the negligible anounts of snow and drizzle that might come today and tonight, no rain is in the forecast through the middle of next week. That would make 2012 the third driest year on record in Kansas City.

National Weather Service, Pleasant Hill: www.weather.gov/kc