Morning fog wasn't as widespread as on Saturday.
We are now on the backside of a weak storm system that produced a light wintry mix to start the weekend, after rain on Friday.
Roads will remain damp in spots throughout the day with above normal temperatures holding steady in the low to mid 30s.
We'll also see some flurries and snow showers.
An inch or two is possible over the Thumb, thanks to some extra lake effect moisture.
The rest of us will see under an inch.
Much of next week looks pretty quiet. We might even see a little patchy sunshine from time to time from Tuesday to Thursday with afternoon temperatures in the mid 30s, still a bit above our normal of 30 for this time of year.
A few flurries or snow showers are possible toward the end of the week. - KG