AVERAGE HIGH FOR JANUARY 16TH: 33°
AVERAGE LOW FOR JANUARY 16TH: 15°
WEDNESDAY SUNRISE: 7:33 AM
WEDNESDAY SUNSET: 5:02 PM
Showers taper Wednesday evening, then partial clearing late as a brief area of high pressure builds into the region. Winds decrease, and with limited cloud cover that will help some locations drop into the single digits for lows.
An area of low pressure brings increasing cloud cover again Thursday, then snowfall overnight into Friday. Accumulations of 1-3″ possible into Friday, which may make for a slick commute for the morning. Highs Thursday near 30 degrees, and temperatures Thursday night cooling into the low 20s.
Snow lingers for Friday morning, and a cold front brings a chance for showers during the late day. Highs Friday in the mid to upper 30s, and lows into the teens.
A stronger storm system moves through this weekend bringing the potential for heavy snowfall Saturday afternoon through Sunday. An area of low pressure strengthens over the southern plains and tracks into the region bringing plenty of moisture along with the system. Actual track of this storm plays a role in how much snowfall we will see. The farther north this system moves means a wintry mix will also become possible Saturday night into Sunday morning. Models showing 12″ of snowfall or more for most across the Twin Tiers. Keep this in mind if you have any plans to travel this weekend. Stay tuned as these numbers are likely to change as we get closer to the weekend.
THURSDAY: TURNING CLOUDY
THURSDAY NIGHT: CLOUDY WITH SNOW
FRIDAY: CLOUDY. AM SNOW THEN CHANCE SHOWERS
HIGH: 37 LOW: 16
SATURDAY: CLOUDY. HEAVY SNOW RETURNS
HIGH: 23 LOW: 18
SUNDAY: CLOUDY. HEAVY SNOW CONTINUES. WINDY
HIGH: 19 LOW: -1
MONDAY: CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS. WINDY
HIGH: 11 LOW: -2
TUESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY
HIGH: 25 LOW: 19
WEDNESDAY: CLOUDY. CHANCE SNOW SHOWERS
HIGH: 37 LOW: 18
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