JAMESTOWN – Temperatures will struggle to make it into the 20s today across much of the area with a few snow showers in the “potato flakes” variety through early afternoon.
However, we’re keeping an eye on a storm system that will pass to our Southeast Tuesday Night through Wednesday Night. Although we will be on the west side of the system, which is the “good” side, a widespread measurable and shoveabale snowfall will be likely across Western New York out of this storm.
We CANNOT give numbers, and place who gets what; it’s still too early to know how much snow will fall, and we’re not in that business of throwing out numbers when a storm is still in “VooDoo Country”.
First Defense Forecast:
Today: Chance for light snow showers early in the afternoon. Becoming partly to mostly sunny, but cold. Highs 17 valleys, 21 lakeshore, with a West wind 10 to 15 MPH. Chance of snow 30%.
Tonight: Snow showers in the evening, increasing in coverage late. Lows 12 to 14. Southwest wind 7 to 12 MPH. Chance of Snow 70%. Total snow accumulation around 2 inches.
Tuesday: Snow showers early, tampering to a few fakes in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy otherwise. Highs 24 to 27. West wind 6 to 12 MPH. Chance of snow 50%. Around 1 inch of snow accumulation likely.
Wednesday: Widespread snow. High 29. Chance of snow 100%.
Thursday: Scattered snow showers. Cloudy intervals. High 24. Chance of snow 40%.
Friday: Scattered snow showers likely. High 25. Chance of snow 50%.
Saturday: Scattered snow showers. Cloudy. A bit warmer. High 33. Chance of snow 40%
Sunday: Overcast. Chance for a few snow showers. A bit warmer. High 34. Chance of snow 30%