We will start off the week with passing snow showers throughout the Twin Tiers. Compared to last week, we are looking at cooler temperatures over the next several days. Highs will be in the upper-30s and lower-40s, but the breezy conditions will make it feel cooler. The flurries continue into the nighttime as temperatures cool down to the mid-20s. More weak disturbances will be moving through the region into the mid-week with the chance for a passing snow shower. Temperatures remain in the low to mid-40s on Tuesday and Wednesday with the breezy conditions continuing. Little to no snow accumulation is expected. By Thursday, we should see a break from the flurries, but a passing snow shower cannot be ruled out. A cold front will exit the region Wednesday night and usher in cooler air. Fair skies are expected with highs in the mid to upper-30s. We rise back into the lower-40s on Friday as low pressure passes through the Mid-Atlantic Coast. This will bring the potential for rain and snow showers into Friday night that could carry over into the upcoming weekend. Temperatures behind the system will rise into the mid-40s, which is seasonable this time of year. We are looking dry both days of the weekend with partly sunny skies.