Enjoy the sunshine today because things are about to get yucky.
There's rain in the forecast for all of Friday and then Saturday night, more rain and "possibly" some snow overnight as the temperatures dip into the mid- to low 30s, said National Weather Service meteorologist Jim Mitchell.
"It's not a for-sure thing," he said. "It could get cold enough to see some wet flakes."
Then, there's more rain on Sunday.
The snow isn't expected to accumulate in the Buffalo metro area but it might over the Southern Tier, Mitchell said.
While it won't be the greatest way for kids across the region to wrap up their spring breaks, we can all look forward to gradually warming temperatures over next week.
Monday is expected to see temperatures in the low 50s. By midweek, that should get up to the upper 50s along with some possible showers.
Mitchell said the cool temperatures can be blamed on the ice still out on Lake Erie.
"This happens every spring," he said.