Like sun? How about storms? Snow? Cold? Whatever it is you like, you're about to experience all four seasons in the next couple of days as we once again sping the Binghamton weather wheel.

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If you've got some traveling to do this weekend, you might run into some slippery spots but it shouldn't be anything you can't handle. Television forecasters are clearly erring on the side of caution because they've issued total snowfall amounts anywhere from nothing to two inches for Saturday night.

According to the National Weather Service in Binghamton, we're going to get a pretty mixed bag of weather this weekend and it all starts tonight when temperatures dip into the upper 30s and rain begins in the overnight hours.

On Saturday, the day will start with rain showers and thunderstorms and then as the evening hours turn into night, the rain showers will change over to snow, most likely around 2:00 a.m. The National Weather Service in Binghamton says the total amount of snow Saturday night will likely be less than half an inch.

We'll most likely see scattered snow showers all day Sunday and into Sunday night although the National Weather Service in Binghamton says we'll see little actual accumulation.

And then, the bottom drops out. By that, we mean that the temperature will bottom out. Temperatures on Friday will be in the 50s but by Monday morning they'll have dipped into the 20s. Temperatures slowly climb into the 40s by Wednesday and then spike all the way into the 60s on Thursday.

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