Clouds thicken up Wednesday morning and scattered showers are expected off and on during the afternoon and evening ahead of an approaching cold front.
Rain will, at some point, change over snow on Wednesday night with a period of heavy snow early Thursday morning. That will then give way to spurts of lake effect snow in the afternoon and evening.
Lake effect snow will still be possible Thursday night with an additional inch or two possible by Friday morning. Flurries may linger on Friday morning before ending in the afternoon.
Temperatures on Thursday and Friday will only warm into the mid-30s in the afternoons, falling into the teens and low 20s at night. Temperatures rebound for Easter Weekend with highs in the upper 40s and 50s.