Partly sunny skies are expected on Monday with dry conditions in store for the day. Highs will be about 10 degrees above-average in the mid-40s. Overnight, low pressure will approach from the Tennessee Valley moving towards the Mid-Atlantic Coast. This will be brushing past our region starting after midnight Monday night and continue into Tuesday morning. Trends with this system have been shifting towards the south, meaning that much of the heavier snow accumulation could be in Central PA and lesser totals for our region. Our area is on the edge of this system with the Southern Tier of New York seeing light snowfall and the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania could see moderate amounts of snowfall. Higher amounts in the hilltops cannot be ruled out. As this is a fast-moving system, much of the snow will be gone by midday Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper-30s. Valentine's Day will be on the cooler side in the lower-30s with partly sunny skies. Another system will move through the Great Lakes later in the day Thursday with another round of snow showers possible. Temperatures will end out the week in the mid to upper-30s. Drier conditions settle in Friday with partly sunny skies, but an isolated snow shower cannot be ruled out in the morning. The weekend will start off with another weak low pressure system moving through the Twin Tiers. Once again, snow showers will be possible with highs in the mid-30s. The 30s will continue into Sunday as high pressure builds under partly sunny skies.