Mostly cloudy skies will stick around Wednesday as temperatures rise into the mid-30s. A snow shower or even some flurries cannot be ruled out today. Gusty winds will continue out of the Northwest ushering in some cooler weather. Loose objects could be taken away with the wind today! Temperatures will fall into the mid-20s tonight with mostly cloudy skies. Similar temperatures are expected Thursday with mostly cloudy skies and a few flurries passing by. Friday, our next system will move into the Twin Tiers later in the day and we will see snow by the afternoon hours. We could accumulate a couple of inches with this system and the First Warning Weather Team will keep you updated as the system heads towards us. Lingering snow showers will start off the weekend with highs in the upper-30s. Partly sunny skies are expected by the end of the weekend with highs near 40 degrees. Early next week brings another system our way with a chance for a mix of rain and snow showers starting Monday. Highs will be in the upper-30s. Followed by mid-30s on Tuesday with a chance for a few lingering rain and snow showers possible.