Clouds will hang tough Friday night, but the air should stay dry enough to prevent any precipitation through Saturday.

Overnight Saturday into Sunday an area of low pressure will creep closer to the Northeast. It'll be challenged by an area of high pressure to the north. That high will help to keep the heaviest rain from the low to our south but it will also bring in some cooler air for Sunday morning. 

Right where these two weather systems meet, there could be enough of a clash to allow for some light freezing rain and wet snow in northern Pennsylvania and the Southern Tier. A couple of rain showers may sneak in towards Buffalo in the morning on Sunday as well. Morning travelers should be ready for some slick spots on untreated roads.

Precipitation chances should end before the Bills kick off Sunday afternoon. Temperatures will hover in the upper 30s and low 40s around game time.

More cold air will move in Monday into Tuesday along with scattered snow showers. A cold northerly breeze will keep wind chills in the 10s and 20s on Tuesday.

Another storm system is possible later next week.

Waldman