High pressure returns to the Twin Tiers today as the low pressure system that brought most of us some snow exits the region. Cloudy skies and a few flurries cannot be ruled out this morning followed by partly sunny skies in the afternoon. Daytime temperatures will rise into the upper-30s. Winds will shift out of the Southwest tomorrow ushering in some mild weather and increased cloud coverage for Thursday. Highs will be above-average in the lower-50s. Our next low pressure system will bring rain showers to the area by Friday as it moves across the Great Lakes. Temperatures will rise into the low and mid-50s. A cold front will sweep through early Saturday with the chance for some showers in the morning followed by partly sunny skies. Highs will be in the lower-40s. Cooler temperatures are expected by Sunday with temperatures in the mid-30s under partly sunny skies. Fair skies will continue into early next week with highs ranging in the 40s under dry weather.