Generally light to moderate rain will become more scattered this afternoon. Expect areas fog in the higher terrain. Tonight, scattered rain showers may mix with a few wet snowflakes in the hills closer to the Pennsylvania border. Any leftover showers should wind down early Wednesday with just some patchy drizzle for the rest of the day along with cloudy skies. Some patchy black ice is possible Wednesday night. After a quiet Thursday, some rain showers may edge into the region toward later Friday. Much of the weekend will be precipitation free and mostly to partly cloudy. A more potent storm spreads widespread rain into the area Monday which might start as a brief mix at the onset. The abnormally warm pattern continues right through the upcoming weekend, but there are signs that a significant change will be setting up during next week as colder air invades the lower 48 states and eventually spreads eastward toward our region.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON: Areas of Fog especially in the higher terrain, Rain Showers, moderate at times, becoming more scattered this afternoon, Unseasonably mild, High: 43 valleys, 46 airport, 50 Erie shore, Wind: E/S 5-12
TUESDAY NIGHT: Scattered Rain Showers, Areas of Fog, Low: 34-37, Wind: SW 5-15
WEDNESDAY: Scattered Rain/Snow Showers taper off early, Cloudy with Patchy Drizzle, High: 35-39, Wind: WSW 5-15, Low: 33.
THURSDAY: Mostly Cloudy, High: 2, Low: 33
FRIDAY: Limited AM Sun, chance of Rain Showers late, High: 46, Low: 36
SATURDAY: Mostly to Partly Cloudy, High: 46, Low: 37
SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy, High: 46, Low: 36
MONDAY: Cloudy with Rain Developing, Brief Wintry Mix at the Onset, High: 50, Low: 42