Scattered rain and snow showers will taper off this morning as the system that brought us the wintry mix moves off to the Northeast. Plan on slick road conditions this morning as you head out the door. Temperatures will be on the rise up to 41 degrees by the afternoon with drier conditions likely. Partly cloudy skies are likely tonight with temperatures falling into the upper-teens and lower-20s. Wednesday expect mild weather to return to the Twin Tiers with highs in the upper-40s under partly sunny skies. An isolated rain shower cannot be ruled out tomorrow as a warm front lifts up through the region. By Thursday temperatures will be in the mid-40s under mostly cloudy skies. Our next system will move into the Ohio Valley  Friday and bring a wintry mix of rain, sleet and snow to the Twin Tiers. Keep updated with the First Warning Weather Team over the coming days for updates on the system. Scattered snow showers will continue into the start of the weekend with highs in the upper-30s as the system exits the region. Sunday will bring drier weather and highs in the mid to upper-30s under mostly cloudy skies. Early next week will warm up to the lower-40s under partly sunny skies.