AVERAGE HIGH FOR JANUARY 9TH: 33°
AVERAGE LOW FOR JANUARY 9TH: 15°
WEDNESDAY SUNRISE: 7:35 AM
WEDNESDAY SUNSET: 4:54 PM
Wake up temperatures begin in the 30s with lingering light snow to start off Wednesday morning. Strong winds are out of the northwest, anywhere from 10-20 mph with gusts upwards of 25-30 mph at times through the afternoon. Strong winds and mostly cloudy skies will allow temperatures to drop through the afternoon. Temperatures will range in the low to mid-30s by midday. A northwesterly wind flow set us up for lake-effect snow showers during the day and overnight. Total snowfall amounts range between 1-2″ through early Thursday morning. Locally higher amounts will be possible for areas of higher elevation. Highest amounts of snowfall in Steuben, Schuyler, and to the east of the Finger Lakes.
As winds stay strong out of the northwest, anywhere from 10-20 mph and lake effect snow showers continue to linger into the Twin Tiers. This may allow for blowing or drifting snow overnight. Northwest winds allow temperatures to drop to the low to mid-20s and skies remain mostly cloudy.
A cold front continues to drop into the northeastern region which will keep us colder than average for Thursday and Friday. Lake effect snow showers continue Thursday with high temperatures only reaching the mid-20s. A mixture of sunshine and clouds is present for Friday with colder temperatures, in the low to mid-20s. Temperatures rebound to the mid to upper-20s for Saturday and Sunday with another round of snow developing from the south Saturday night into Sunday morning.
WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SNOW SHOWERS. WINDY
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: CLOUDY. CHANCE SNOW SHOWERS. WINDY
THURSDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SCATTERED FLURRIES. WINDY
HIGH: 27 LOW: 13
FRIDAY: MIX SUN AND CLOUDS.
HIGH: 23 LOW: 10
SATURDAY: INCREASING CLOUDS. CHANCE LATE DAY SNOW
HIGH: 26 LOW: 16
SUNDAY: CLOUDY. EARLY SNOW SHOWERS POSSIBLE. P.M. CLEARING.
HIGH: 29 LOW: 13
MONDAY: SUN & CLOUDS
HIGH: 31 LOW: 18
TUESDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. MAINLY DRY.
HIGH: 36 LOW: 22
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