The weather in the Buffalo Niagara region is changing again.
A chilly Friday generated by a northwesterly flow will give way later today with a shift in the wind that will bring warmer air to the region.
But, it will be quite windy.
A wind advisory was posted by the National Weather Service from 11 a.m. Saturday through 1 a.m. Sunday. Southwest winds could gust up to 50 mph, the weather service reported. Minor property damage and isolated power outages are possible, forecasters said.
Temperatures, which didn't make it out of the 20s Friday afternoon, will peak in the high 30s Saturday. With the wind, it'll still feel a lot like Friday -- in the 20s.
Early snow showers Saturday will give way to partly sunny conditions.
Sunday, it will be much warmer.
The daytime high is forecast to be 51 degrees with partly sunny conditions. It'll remain breezy with a chance of showers later in the afternoon, the weather service reported.
A chance of snow showers returns for the start of the work week, and end of February. Monday's high will be in the upper 30s.
March comes in like a lamb on a mostly cloudy Tuesday with a 43 degree day forecast and a chance of some rain.