Strong winds from Saturday are now well behind us, and we’re turning the page into a much quieter and less windy end to the weekend.

Temperatures will continue to fall through the 30s overnight as colder air filters in, but since we’ll still remain quite breezy into the night it will ad an extra “bite” to the air with wind chills in the 20s and upper teens. This push of cold air paired with the help of upstream lake connections will also allow for scattered snow flurries to develop downwind of the lakes. Most of us will see zero to minimal accumulations out of this, but isolated areas like Wyoming county and the far northeast corner of Wayne county could pick up on a quick half an inch to an inch or so at the most through the overnight.

Sunday & Beyond:

Expect a cooler and quieter close to the weekend Sunday with filtered sunshine and highs in the low 40s. A ridge of high pressure sliding in for the close of our weekend will keep relatively quiet weather in place as we start the workweek Monday. Winds shifting more southerly will allow for another window of mild air to open for us. Highs will be in the mid to upper 40s. Our next system to track looks to be a combination of rain and wet snowflakes late Monday into Tuesday. The lack of cold air with this system will keep snows across the higher terrain with another push of rain for all on Wednesday.

~ News 8 Weather Team