Passing scattered rain showers could mix with a few snow showers (mainly over the higher elevations) before tapering off during the overnight. In the wake of a cold front, lows will end up in the 30s/near 40 degrees. Tuesday will feature sun and clouds with a few lake effect showers lifting in from the south around midday and through the afternoon. Any sun that we see won't help out our temperatures a whole lot though with highs in the 40s/near 50 degrees.

Wednesday will be blustery and chilly with scattered showers and while a few wet snow showers could mix in during the day; as highs will only be in the 40s, snow showers are looking a little more likely Wednesday night. Thursday will end up being our coldest day of the week with highs no better than the mid 40s.

Toward the end of the week, drier air is expected to regain control with temperatures recovering into the 50s Friday afternoon but we are shaping up for a return to unsettled conditions this weekend.