Towns and villages in higher terrain be careful of icy start conditions. Most are waking up to rainfall but lingering ice on untreated surfaces in the hilltops is hard to see, and quite slippery!

As this cold front continues to push east, rain will continue making for a warm and wet commute. Things will be changing through the afternoon as colder air moves in on the back of the front. Rain will switch back over to snow as temperatures start to drop through the mid 30s. Snowfall amounts will range across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes from up to 1 to 3" with the higher end of the range in the hilltops. Most accumulation will be wetter and slushy.

Tonight a few flurries may be possible, with clouds as lows drop near 19 degrees.