Thursday: Temperatures will be hovering right around the freezing mark in the morning before topping out near 36 degrees, so we could see a few icy spots develop through the morning commute. Rain will continue to mix with snow throughout the day before eventually switching over to snow.

Thursday night: Snow showers will continue in the evening and overnight hours with some northerly winds gusting up to 30 mph and drawing in much colder air with a low near 14. Accumulations will be light, around an inch or two in the Twin Ports, but when it is all said and done by Friday morning we could see 3-4 inches along the Canadian border and 3-6 inches along the South Shore.

Friday: High pressure will quickly build on Friday ending any snow showers early in the morning, with the exception of the South Shore where lake effect snow will continue. We can expect partly cloudy skies and blustery winds to keep us on the cooler side with a high near 25.

The weekend will start off much nicer with sunshine on Saturday and highs in the low 30s. Sunday brings a return of cloud cover and a stray sprinkle or flurry with temps in the mid-30s.