Weak lake effect snow/flurries east of Lake Ontario will continue to lift to the north and fall apart Tuesday evening. Otherwise, expect mostly cloudy skies this evening/overnight from the North Country to the Southern Tier.

Lows Overnight:

    Central New York: Between 20 and 30.

    North Country: 21 - 28

    Southern Tier: 20 - 25

Wednesday features changeable conditions with a cold front passing through. Skies start out mostly cloudy, and it’s warmer than average ahead of the front.

Highs Wednesday:

    Central New York: 30 - 35.

    North Country: Low 30s. 20s at higher elevations.

    Southern Tier: 31 - 36.

As the cold front passes, it will bring snow showers/snow squalls bringing a quick couple of inches across Upstate NY. Colder air is funneled in behind the cold front as winds kick up as well. Factoring in the wind with late afternoon temperatures in the 10s/20s, it will feel more like the single digits above and below zero. We should see more sun by the end of daylight.

Thursday is quieter with high pressure circulating colder air in, but also keeping us in control with plenty of sun anticipated. Highs in the 10s/20s.

Friday, a small area of low pressure clips the region bringing periods of light snow. Highs in the 20s to near 30.

Late Saturday into Sunday, we are anticipating a potentially significant coastal winter storm that will bring heavy snowfall and high winds across Upstate NY. Central and Northern New York find highs in the 0s/10s, with 20s across the Southern Tier. After the storm exits, even colder air is dragged in behind it, with some areas struggling to even leave the single digits for highs at the beginning of next week.