Mainers will get a not-much-needed reminder this weekend that winter isn’t over yet.

The southern part of the state will get rain to start, probably early Saturday afternoon, said James Brown, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Gray. Mixed precipitation overnight will turn to all snow on Sunday, he said, but accumulations aren’t expected to top 1 or 2 inches before the precipitation ends late Sunday afternoon.

Northern parts of the state, however, will get more snow, with 8 to 10 inches expected.

Brown said temperatures will be in the mid-30s Saturday and cool off overnight to around 30 degrees. Sunday’s highs will be in the mid-30s early, but colder air will move in and morning lows Monday will be in the teens, he said.

No significant storms are forecast for next week, Brown said, but a shot of cold air will hit by midweek, with highs only in the upper 20s on Wednesday. The weather will warm a bit at the end of the week, he said.