It was so nice outside the last few days, even though it felt like I was in the Twilight Zone, with 75-degree temperatures yet leaves all over the ground with Christmas commercials on my TV. Those 70-degree temps look to be a thing of the past, however.

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According to WIVB Weather, colder weather on the way for Western New York, with lows in the mid-30s on Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Highs will be in the upper 40's to low 50's for the weekend, but more cold air coming for early next week.

Monday will see morning rain showers, eventually mixing with snow showers, especially across the hills.

Tuesday will see snow showers and wind, with highs only reaching around 39 degrees. Remains to be seen how much (if any) significant accumulation there will be but considering it's mid-November, this shouldn't be a surprise since it's the norm around these parts...rather than the abnormal 70-degree temperatures we saw this week.

I don't mind early season snow, to be honest, it's the snow we see after New Year's Day I have a problem with...I'm definitely over it by then.

Read more at WIVB.