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Light snow showers/flurries into Saturday
More winter weather is expected for this last weekend in March. Light snow showers will continue tonight into Saturday morning as an upper level trough moves through the region. No significant accumulation is likely, with most spots picking up a light dusting up to around 1 inch. Behind the upper level trough, a cold area of high pressure from Canada will settle into the region. Highs will only reach the middle to upper 20s

Once again, near record cold is likely Saturday night into Sunday morning. Some valley locations could cool down as low as the single digits. As the cold high pressure area moves out of the region, temperatures will warm under the late March sun. Highs Sunday will be in the lower 40s.

Early next week, a couple of fast moving systems move through bringing a little light rain and snow showers. By the late week, a more powerful storm is expected to move into the Great Lakes. This storm will be driving warmer and more spring-like air northward into the Twin Tiers. Showers and possibly even a thunderstorm will be likely Thursday and Friday. Cooler air returns just in time for next weekend.


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