JAMESTOWN – The thermometers may be reading temps a bit warmer than they were yesterday, but the winds are not making that “warmth”, used lightly, to be felt. The open patches of water on Lake Erie could spawn a few light lake effect snow showers or flurries throughout the day today. Temperatures will fall down a cliff by the end of the week, going into next week, with single-digit lows.
First Defense Forecast:
Today: Mostly cloudy skies. A few pockets of light lake effect snow showers or snow flurries are possible through the afternoon. Likely becoming partly cloudy in the late afternoon and remaining breezy. Highs 33 valleys, 37 lakeshore. South wind 14 to 24 MPH, with gusts up to 35 MPH at times. Chance of snow 30%. Less than 1 inch of snow accumulation.
Tonight: Snow showers increase by early evening, continuing through the nighttime hours. Temps will not dip very much by morning, but it remains breezy with a SW wind 11 to 19 MPH. Some limited blowing snow is possible. Lows 27 to 32. Chance of Snow 70%. Less than 1 inch of snow accumulation.
Thursday: Early snow showers, transitioning to a wintry mix of rain and snow by the afternoon. Cloudy breaks at times, but still, breezy with a healthy SW wind 12 to 20 MPH. Highs 36 to 39. Chance of precip 60%. Less than 1 inch of accumulation.
Friday: Scattered snow showers likely. Cloudy. Quite cold! High 14. Chance of snow 60%.
Saturday: Scattered snow showers. Cloudy. Temps slightly rebound. High 27. Chance of snow 50%.
Sunday: Scattered snow showers. Mostly Cloudy and chilly. High 23. Chance of snow 50%.
Monday: Partial sunshine, but remaining cold. High 21.
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy. Chance for a few scattered snow showers. High 24.