A few snow flurries could fall in the early hours Thursday, but don’t dig out the skis just yet.

“Right now, we’re expecting to see liquid,” said meteorologist Emily Timte with the National Weather Service, Charleston, Tuesday evening. In fact, there’s only about a 20 percent chance of anything falling, and less than a tenth of an inch is all that can be expected if rain does come.

The overnight low is expected to be around 30 degrees. But the high Thursday will drop to the upper 40s from Wednesday’s relatively balmy 60s, according the Weather Service website.

A snowfall would be the first of the season, Timte said.