Scattered Showers Turning To Wet Flakes For Some By Morning

JAMESTOWN – It’s been a wet Tuesday so far and more rain showers are yet to come as a Cold front will squeak on by.
As that front will move on through tonight, temperatures will drop and will allow for some of those rain showers to turn over to wet snow fakes by the morning hours of Wednesday, with the best chance for flakes along the higher terrain of the Southern Tier.
The good news here is, the snow will be too wet to accumulate so expect little to no accumulation from that.
Lows will dip into the upper 20s Thursday morning and Friday morning, which would be the first time this season lows have dipped below 30. The season is rapidly coming, folks!
High pressure builds back in for the end of the workweek but still remaining chilly.
We are continuing to monitor a developing storm system that will ride along the East Coast this weekend. We are still way too early to know the exact kinds of impacts we could see in Western New York, if any, as there remains little agreement within the computer models on intensity and the track this system will take.
This will be something we will keep track of as we get a better handle on the system throughout the week.

A PRELIMINARY idea on this weekends’ storm system along the East Coast, based on one model solution. This idea would favor more rain along the coastal areas, with accumulating snow for the mountains of NY/PA and a wintry bag of precipitation further west.

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