It's not the prettiest forecast you'll see.
But, for the last 48 hours of November leading into December, there's probably not much complaining.
At least another week of seasonal, to slightly-above average, temperatures are forecast in the Buffalo Niagara region, according to the National Weather Service.
It won't be as warm as Tuesday's unseasonably warm 65 degrees.
That's because of a passing cold front that brought windy conditions and cooler temperatures behind it overnight.
Mostly sunny conditions are forecast with a high of about 44 degrees.
A nippy northwest breeze will make it feel like it's in the 30s.
Mostly clear conditions with "excellent radiational cooling conditions" will drop temperatures back below freezing to near 30 degrees, weather service forecasters said.
Quickly warming temperatures are expected ahead of the next approaching storm system.
The mercury is forecast to rise from 33 degrees about 7 a.m. up into the lower 50s by lunchtime.
Chances for showers increase later in the afternoon and become likely by dinnertime.
Showers are likely with overnight lows in the mid 30s.
Partly sunny conditions return with seasonal temperatures in the low 40s for the first day of December.
By the end of next week, the pattern changes over to become more wintry, forecasters predict.
#WinterIsComing for the South and East! Check out the temperature evolution from the 6-10 day outlook (12/4-12/8) to the 8-14 day outlook (12/6-12/12) as Arctic air is forecast to spill southward. https://t.co/ShcAG0RWYb pic.twitter.com/upopgFYpmP
— NWSCPC (@NWSCPC) November 28, 2017