Mostly cloudy skies are expected Friday with the chance for scattered showers. Highs still be above-average in the low to mid-70s. An isolated thunderstorm cannot be ruled out during the afternoon as well as gusty winds. As the cold front approaches overnight, the rain will become heavy at times. Rainfall amounts Friday night could exceed half an inch.  Overnight temperatures will drop into the mid-50s. As the cold front moves East over the weekend, clouds decrease, but showers will still be possible. Temperatures will be in the lower-60s on Saturday followed by the mid-50s on Sunday. Gusty winds will continue during this time and gust over 25 mph. This will make it feel cooler than it actually is outside. Unsettled weather continues early next week with drier weather expected on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will start in the mid-50s Monday and rise up to 60 by Wednesday. Thursday we could see scattered showers coming back to the Twin Tiers with highs in the mid-60s.