Two days below freezing
Falling temperatures after a cold front passes Monday evening, most will drop below freezing just after midnight. Light rain showers transition to light snow but accumulation will be negligible. There could be a few slick spots given the quick cooldown.
The next two days will be below freezing, bitter cold with highs in the mid-20s. The snow impact remain very low, with up to an inch possible in the lake effect zones through Wednesday. The pattern then moderates again to end the week, returning to the 40s by Friday and Saturday.
Tonight: Light rain to light snow. Low of 26
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, light lake effect snow showers, breezy. Temperatures hold in the mid-20s.
Wednesday: Partly sunny. Chance of flurries. High of 24.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High of 34.