Hopefully you had a chance to enjoy today.  What a beauty!  Temperatures surged into the 50s and we had some bits of sunshine.

Unfortunately a large storm system to our south will clip our area this weekend.  While we are NOT expecting a washout, we'll probably have to contend with some occasional, scattered showers for Saturday (especially later in the day).

By Sunday that system is moving out and we'll be caught up in the ebb and flow of the atmosphere with a series of disturbances passing through.

TONIGHT|  Clouds increase and thicken.  |  Upper 30s

SATURDAY | Mostly cloudy and with a few showers, especially late. | Low 40s

SUNDAY | Early shower chances, then clouds and sun. | Mid 40s

MONDAY |  Clouds and sun. Some lake effect flurries. | Upper 30s

TUESDAY |  More clouds. Lake effect snow chances ending.  | Mid/upper 30s

WEDNESDAY | Partly cloudy and milder.  | Mid 40s

THURSDAY | Showers likely and mild. | Upper 40s

FRIDAY | Scattered rain showers.  Some snow mix late.  Turning colder. | Around 40

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