Today will be the catalyst to a fairly warm week for the Twin Tiers. 

A few early morning spotty drizzles and wet flurries will make way to increasing amounts of sunshine through the afternoon and reduced amounts of cloud coverage. Highs will be expected to rise slightly above average, hitting the middle 60s by the end of the day. Keep in mind, winds may be a bit breezy out of the northwest. This may make it feel cooler, especially in a gust of approximately 30 mph. Be sure to secure outdoor items like trash cans so they do not roll away in times of fast paced wind. 

Tonight mainly clear sky continues, with a few clouds. Lows will be chilly as a result, dropping into the middle 30s overnight.