Friday, flurries will continue. As the storm exits our area, it will strengthen and north winds will blow strongly in the afternoon and evening Friday. High temperatures are going to be realized early, as the north winds will lead to falling temperatures in the afternoon. Some gusts could be around thirty miles an hour. By sunset, temperatures will be in the teens, but wind chills will be near or below zero. A few flurries are possible as late as Friday evening, but should be ending before sunrise Saturday. Total accumulations of two to four inches are likely by Friday night.
North winds will continue Friday night, and temperatures will continue to fall. Temperature late Friday night and early Saturday morning will likely be in the single digits to several degrees below zero. Wind chills could be as low as ten to fifteen below zero Friday night. An area of high pressure will help to clear skies a bit for Saturday, but temperatures will only climb into the upper teens. Clouds will increase once again Saturday night into Sunday as another low pressure system approaches.
Snow will be possible again Sunday. However, it looks like this storm will be taking a more southerly track. But, it looks as if the storm makes a close enough pass to provide the Twin Tiers with at least some light snow. Temperatures look to remain quite a bit below average next week with highs in the twenties and teens.
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