NEXT SYSTEM MIDWEEK: Temperatures continue to moderate through the middle of the week as the next storm system approaches. As temperatures continue warming through the morning on Wednesday, precipitation starts to arrive. Some pockets of freezing rain are possible before a quick transition to plain rain showers. Rain continues through Wednesday night and into Thursday morning. Temperatures rise into the 40s before the system wraps up during the morning. A few snow showers are possible on the backside of the system, but accumulations are not likely. Friday is breezy as a colder burst of air works back into the region. A few lake effect flurries are possible. Temperatures reach the lower 30s, with wind chills in the 20s.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Colder air tries to make it back into the weekend forecast. Saturday temperatures should drop as that attempts to happen. Readings reach the middle to upper 20s under partly sunny skies. Readings quickly bounce back up into the lower to middle 30s on Sunday. A few snow showers are possible, but for now, it does not appear to be anything major. Winds are still a bit breezy Saturday, but they should be quieter on Sunday.
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