Rainy and mild today turns cold tomorrow
A rainy system keeps us soggy throughout the day but we’ll get more breaks from the rain later this evening. There are still isolated showers possible early tonight but with temperatures falling, slick spots are possible. Light lake effect snow develops New Year’s Day but minor accumulations are expected. Skies are drier midweek into the weekend with temperatures slowly warming back into the low 40s.
New Year’s Eve: Cloudy with rain showers, high of 42.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, isolated shower possible, low of 32.
New Year’s Day: Cloudy to mostly cloudy with light L.E snow showers. Temperatures falling from the 30s.
Wednesday: AM flurries, mostly to partly cloudy, high of 34.