Colder air continues to be the case. Overnight, we are expecting temperatures to again be nearing the single digits. The winds will continue to be problematic as well, out of the west at around 10-15 MPH. This will allow temperatures to feel like they are at around 0 once the wind chill is factored in. Snow is not likely in most of our region, the exception being some light snow possible in the Finger Lakes.
By tomorrow, we will be a tad warmer than we were today. Unlike today, everybody should make it into the mid 20s for an actual temperature. The morning will feel colder with the winds still brisk at around 10-15 mph. Wind chill values will continue to remain in the single digits until much later in the afternoon, when the winds will begin to calm down. By the evening we will also start to see a few flurries move in, ahead of a snow system moving in Saturday morning.
The significant snow will start going into the area later Saturday morning. By the afternoon and evening we will see heavier amounts of snow continue to hold together until Sunday morning. Preliminary snow estimates are right around 3-6 inches and could go up or down based on the new data that comes in. The snow begins to taper off into Sunday afternoon.
By Monday, we get a break from the snow, but the cold air is back. High temperatures only make it into the 20s. By Tuesday and Wednesday a clipper system moves in and will cause flurries to be possible both days.
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