Rain transitioned to snow across portions of far northwest Nebraska Monday night and Tuesday, as a wet cold front began to slowly move through Nebraska.

It is the first significant rainy weather in a month.

The temperature will plummet into the 30s on Tuesday and Wednesday, with cold northerly winds blowing for several days. The daily highs will be in the 40s and low 50s as the weather remains chilly and mostly damp until the end of the week.

There is a 30-50% chance of rain throughout the week, the National Weather Service said.

The high temperatures next weekend are forecast to be warmer, reaching into the 70s.