A cool, but mostly quiet weekend is shaping up. Today, expect partly sunny skies with a few flurries developing off and on. Today temperatures will climb into the mid 20s.
Overnight, temperatures will fall into the teens. Any flurries will limit themselves to the south shore of Lake Ontario.
Clouds will thicken Sunday, as a storm system passes largely south of us, light snow showers will spread into the region Sunday night into Monday morning with light accumulations expected. At best, 2-4" will develop over 24 hours.
Uneventful weather is on tap into the beginning of next week. It will stay largely cold for President's Day.
TODAY: Partly Sunny Skies, Few Flurries Off and On, Wind: SW 5-10, High: 21-28, Low: 13-18.
SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Snow Showers Develop by later in the afternoon, High: 28, Snow Showers at night, Light accumulations, Low: 18.
MONDAY: Light AM Snow Shower, Mostly to Partly Cloudy, High: 26, Low: 12.
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 27, Low: 19.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, Light Snow Showers, Possibly Mixed late, High: 33, Low: 29.
THURSDAY: Wintry Mix Early, Clouds Break, High: 36, Low: 28.
FRIDAY: Increasing Sun, High: 37.
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