Rain and wet snow showers will linger across lower terrain areas through Monday morning through midday. Temperatures will top out in the upper-30s to lower-40s in the morning on Monday before cooler air works in through the afternoon. Weak high pressure builds into the eastern Great Lakes region Monday evening, bringing an end to the showery activity from northwest to southeast before temperatures drop back below freezing for most. The weather pattern looks relatively quiet on Tuesday and Wednesday. Another storm will arrive Thursday. The exact track of this storm will once again need to be closely watched, as it will be the difference between some rain and ice, or mostly snow. There will likely be some significant snow accumulation, especially late in the day Thursday and into Thursday night. Temperatures are looking to trend colder late week, bottoming out in the single digits, with some areas of lake effect snow possible Friday to round out the week. Temperatures look to rebound back near average to kick off next weekend.
MONDAY: Morning rain, mixed with snow in the hills, tapering off for the afternoon, Breezy, Wind: WSW 10-18, High: 37-41.
MONDAY NIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Mainly Dry, Wind: S 3-7, Low: 20-28.
TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Dry, High: 37, Low: 26.
WEDNESDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, Breezy, High: 35, Snow develops overnight, Low: 27.
THURSDAY: AM Mix, changing to all Snow by late day, Windy, High: 33, Low: 9.
FRIDAY: Breezy AM, Mostly Cloudy, Cold, Chance Spotty lake effect Snow Showers, High: 18, Low: 8.
SATURDAY: Partly Sunny, High: 30, Low: 26.
SUNDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, Warmer, PM Rain north, Chance icy mix near the state line, High: 39.