Rain Turning to Light Snow
WINDS: WNW 10-20
SUNSET 5:08 p.m.
SUNRISE 8:02 a.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Rain to Snow Tonight
Coldest Air of the Season
Lake Effect Snow Showers Tuesday and Wednesday
TONIGHT Temperatures will drop into the 20s overnight as a cold front drops through the state, and the rain will transition to snow. Any snow accumulation will be minimal overnight, but there could be some slick spots on the roads for the commute tomorrow. Winds will pick up from the west northwest at 10-20 mph.
TUESDAY Temperatures will continue to fall throughout the day. By the afternoon, most spots will be in the low 20s with feels-like temperatures in the lower teens. Winds will be from the west at 10-15 mph. Lake effect snow will be possible throughout the day, but most areas will see less than an inch of snow.
WEDNESDAY Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week, with temperatures barely making it to 20°. Lake effect snow will be possible once again. An area of high pressure will begin to build in late in the day and end snow chances, but clearing skies late Wednesday into early Thursday could lead to very cold temperatures.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Temperatures will quickly bounce back out of the deep freeze, with highs climbing in the upper 20s on Thursday and mid to upper 30s on Friday.
WEEKEND PREVIEW Scattered snow showers or a wintry mix will be likely for the weekend, with afternoon highs in the mid-30s.
Check out Bill’s Blog: Read about the long range outlook, and more on the next storm headed our way.