Rain moves in from south to north this afternoon with a good 1" to 1.5" possible near & north of the Thruway with closer to a half to three quarters of an inch south this afternoon through tonight. Temperatures will dip back out of the 50s & into the 40 to 45 degree range as the rain moves in & cools the air. Tonight temps will basically hold steady, & Tuesday we should be up near 50, before slipping back a little during the afternoon with a scattering of rain showers possibly mixing with a little snow &/or sleet during the afternoon, especially over the hills.
Late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning there may be a few snow showers & flurries with a reinforcing shot of colder air, setting us up for a blustery Wednesday with highs only in the low 40s.
We will recover nicely Thursday thanks to a warm front passage due to come through early Thursday & warm us back up well into the 50s to near 60 with some sun!
Another cold front will attempt to dive in late Thursday night into Friday morning with some rain & colder air to end the week, & then the weekend will try to warm up more significant, especially come Sunday with a little rain possible Sunday. More cold air MAY follow next week following the balmy weekend. Stay tuned.
Have a great one everyone!!