Gusts today could be over 30mph with nothing more than a few showers.
Highs will be in the lower 20s today, and with breezy conditions, the wind chill will drop into the single digits and teens at times.
We'll have temps in the low 20s this afternoon, and the feel like wind chill will drop into the single digits and teens at times today, so bundle up.
A cold front will arrive tonight and will bring a bit of snow off of Lake Ontario towards tomorrow morning in Rochester and along Route 104.
For those of us in Rochester, we are not looking at much accumulation through tomorrow, with generally an inch or less expected.
Today will be blustery with the wind gusting up to 35 mph through the first half of the day.
The Bills game will still feature a chilly breeze, and some passing lake effect snow, both of which may have a minor impact on the game, but this shouldn't be a "weather" game, in which weather plays a big role.
Rain tonight will likely turn to snow for Saturday, but, just how much might we see heading into the Bills' big game Saturday night? We'll take a look.
Temps will be a little colder this weekend, with some flurries and snow showers and perhaps a little lake snow as well.
Tonight, we will need to monitor the temps once again, as a little light precipitation may develop towards tomorrow morning with readings close to freezing. A few slick spots are possible Thursday morning as well.