** WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 PM WEDNESDAY NIGHT **

Temperatures will be falling through the 30s on Wednesday, after we saw our high temperatures early on Wednesday in the mid-40s. Some rain and snow showers will be possible today with gusty winds still expected as the system is exiting the region. Overnight, drier conditions and windy weather remains. A weak system will pass by Thursday with the chance for snow showers. Highs will be in the upper-30s, close to 40. Clouds roll back in Friday as our next system approaches. Temperatures will be like Thursday with the chance for snow showers into the evening. A couple inches of accumulation are possible before warmer temperatures arrive late Friday night and change the snow over to rain heading into Saturday morning. Saturday, we could see gusty winds and scattered showers. Rain showers are looking to change back to a mix/snow showers as temperatures will be cooling as the day goes on. Highs will be in the lower-40s early in the day. Colder temperatures arrive Sunday with highs stuck in the upper-20s. A few isolated snow showers cannot be ruled out, otherwise it will be a dry day. Temperatures will be remaining in the 20s early next week. Monday, we could see isolated snow showers. Once again, it is looking mainly dry for most. We will be keeping our eyes on Tuesday as another potential coastal system could bring snow showers to the Twin Tiers.