Wednesday will mark the last in a series of mild weather days. The first of two cold fronts will arrive across the state during the afternoon or nighttime hours. While no precipitation is expected with this front, daytime high temperatures will begin a decline for several days in-a-row. Showers of rain and higher elevation snow can arrives as early as Thursday night or Friday. However, it's a secondary cold front that will provide a bigger punch of cold. The greatest upper level support with this cold front may drive the heaviest of precipitation into the southern mountains this weekend. But, there will also be some lake-effect precipitation. That wet weather can start off as a cold rain Saturday afternoon or evening before transitioning to snow Saturday night or Sunday; all the way to the valley floor. Milder weather will return next week, allowing for some great skiing and golfing on the same day, if you wish. Enjoy!
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