After a quiet afternoon, more showers arrive Wednesday night. Temperatures will be warm enough for mainly rain in the valleys, but snow and sleet are possible in the surrounding hills and North Country. As temperatures warm overnight and into Thursday morning, any remaining snow will change to rain.

Rain is expected off and on throughout the day on Thursday with increasingly gusty winds. Lake effect showers kick on Thursday evening and change to snow as temperatures drop.

A cold and windy day is expected Friday. After some flurries in the morning, a quiet, partly sunny afternoon is expected.

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