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Temperatures will be a bit warmer Thursday across the Southern Tier as temperatures warm into the mid-30s today. There will be just a few snow showers.

Here are the weather headlines:

• We remain spectators to the heavy lake effect snow that is making headlines in other parts of New York State Thursday.
• Snow showers from time to time Thursday, especially northwest of Binghamton.
• Shift in winds bring more lake effect snow showers down into the Southern Tier on Friday.
• Temperatures moderate over the weekend.

Thursday will mean the arrival of a reinforcing shot of chilly air to the Southern Tier. Before it arrives, however, we will manage to warm into the 30s. There could be a few snow showers but with little or no accumulation today.

Later tonight, winds will shift to the northwest and some of the lake effect snow that has been east of Lake Ontario will shift south. It will weaken as it does but there should be some lake effect snow showers down across the Southern Tier on Friday. Snow showers will end by late Friday.

A warming trend is in store for the upcoming weekend. We warm into the upper 30s on Saturday and upper 40s for Sunday. With this change to more seasonably warm air we think there will be a few rain or snow showers around.

Our warmest day looks to be Monday as we take a run at 60 degrees. Again, there will be a few rain showers will accompany this warmth.

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