Mainly Dry Monday, Tuesday Showers Turning To Wet Flakes Wednesday

JAMESTOWN – A nice High pressure area stationed to our south is in control of our weather to start this workweek but, things will be changing throughout the week.
A Cold front back to our west will be moving through late Tuesday and Wednesday. Some scattered rain showers will develop out ahead of that front for Tuesday afternoon.
As the front sweeps through, the temps also come down, allowing for a changeover to wet snow along the higher elevations early Wednesday, turning partly sunny for the afternoon. Little to no snow accumulation is expected from that.
High pressure builds back in for Thursday and Friday but with a northernly wind flow aloft, temps will continue to struggle as cold Canadian air is pulled in.
Our eyes are being kept on a potential storm system that could ride along the East Coast over the weekend. There still remains major uncertainty on the exact placement of the system and it’s projected track, and if there will be any impacts to Western New York.
As we get closer to the weekend, we will have a better understanding of the system and the storm track, so it’s something that will require close monitoring throughout the week.
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