Tonight across the Southern Tier, skies will be mostly cloudy. Rain showers will make the transition over to a few snow showers and flurries. Lows will bottom out int he low- to mid-30s.
On Sunday, after a few morning snow showers and flurries, expect increasing sunshine as we head into the afternoon. Highs will not rebound much from our overnight, lows, only getting up to within a couple degrees on either side of 40.
As we start a new work and school week on Monday, expect mainly dry weather with partial sunshine. Temperatures will rebound back to around 50.
Don't put the rain gear away just yet, though. You will need it on Tuesday as showers return to the forecast. High temperatures will once again be around 50, which is still below the average for this point in October.
Temperatures then take another nosedive into the mid-40s on Wednesday with dry conditions.
Things stay dry and chilly on Thursday, but a slow rebound in temperature will take place headed into the weekend accompanied by sunshine.
Enjoy your weekend and stay tuned to Spectrum News for updates!