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Light freezing drizzle or fog may develop overnight into early Tuesday leading to a glaze of ice and slick spots early Tuesday.
Cold and cloudy weather continues Tuesday and Wednesday with highs peaking just above freezing and the possibility of freezing fog or drizzle. A weak system will bring a chance of snow Thursday, followed by a lull Friday. The focus will be on a system that could bring widespread snow Saturday and lake effect Sunday. Snow looks likely but the finer details will become more clear later this week.
Tonight: Cloudy, patchy freezing fog / drizzle. Low of 22.
Tuesday: Cloudy, patchy freezing fog / drizzle. High of 34.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, patchy freezing fog / drizzle / snow. High of 34.
Thursday: Light snow showers, high of 32.