Wednesday: Another round of light freezing drizzle and some flurries overnight will create for a few slick spots on the roads. Road conditions should improve by mid-morning as the gloomy skies and clouds stick around. We will see another chance of off and on flurries, but any accumulation will be confined to localized areas up the North Shore where a brief lake effect snow band could bring up to an inch in those areas. Temperatures remain slightly above average today with a high near 25 degrees.

Wednesday night: Mostly cloudy skies will stick with us this evening and into the nighttime hours with a low temperature near 14 degrees.

Thursday: We are looking at another cloudy day on Thursday with an afternoon high near 27 degrees. A few light snow flurries may sneak into the region by the evening and continue overnight into Friday morning.

Temperatures will remain in the mid to upper 20s to end the week with even a few 30s showing back up over the weekend. There is a slim chance of snow flurries Saturday, but we should see some sun and mid-30s by Sunday.

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