Sctd. rain showers across the area today

A few flakes will fall on hills by midweek

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Cool and unsettled this week as we will see rain showers early in the week with a few flakes developing on Wednesday.

Your 7 First Alert Forecast by Aaron Mentkowski

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with sctd. rain showers. High temperatures in the upper 50s will fall later in the day. Winds will be strong and expect a cool breeze overnight with lows in the 30s.

TUESDAY; Partly to Mostly Sunny, somewhat cooler and becoming Windy. W/SW: 10-20 increasing to 20-30 PM with stronger gusts on the Niagara Frontier. Scattered shower arrive overnight.

WEDNESDAY: Scattered and occasional showers. Breezy and Chilly.  High: 47. Lake effect rain and snow showers overnight hilly terrain, where a thin coating could show up on highest terrain. Can't rule out a few stray wet snowflakes mixing with showers at lower elevations, but no accumulation.

THURSDAY: Becoming Mostly Sunny Niagara Frontier. Chance of a few rain and snow showers mainly AM hilly terrain. Chilly. High: 43 hills-48 Niagara Frontier.

FRIDAY; Mostly Sunny & milder, but becoming rather Windy. High: upper 50s. Gusty SW wind. Spotty mainly light rain showers may arrive late evening.

SATURDAY; Spotty showers, turning cooler later in the day. High: 52, dropping into the 40s PM. Breezy. Chance of mixed lake showers overnight, especially hilly terrain to the south.

SUNDAY; Partly Sunny & rather Chilly to Cold with mixed lake rain and snow showers mostly on hills, where a bit of snow may accumulate on high terrain. High: 38 hills-43 metro area. Brisk NNW breeze.



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