JAMESTOWN – It’s still feeling like December as cold air continues to hold its grip across Western New York.
While today will be mainly dry, the potential does exist for a few light lake snow showers through the afternoon. That shouldn’t add up to too much accumulation, if any.
Tomorrow, we sill struggle to hit 30 degrees, as more cold air from Canada filters in. We also expect the clouds to break a little bit Wednesday night, leading to some spots getting down into the teens for the first time this season.
We are keeping our eyes on a deepening storm system that will move through the northeast and track along the East Coast late in the week. The current thinking is the system will stay south enough to allow for more of a rain/snow mix across Western New York.
However, this whole thing is subject to change as we continue to get new data in. Any change in the projected storm track will vary the impacts. If the storm takes more of northerly jog, that will equate out to more snow. If it jogs south, all rain or a wintry mix would possibly be the case.
We will continue to keep you updated as we fine-tune this forecast throughout the week.
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