Regional Forecast 1/16/2014

- From Your Weather Authority...

An area of low pressure is approaching this evening from the West. Expect tonight to be cold and breezy with some light snow showers. Not much accumulation expected, but roads can still turn slick so be cautious if you travel Friday morning. We will see snow and blowing snow at times throughout Friday and into Saturday morning. Then a clipper system will come Saturday night bringing more snow as well as some colder air for the remainder of the weekend. (See Snow Accumulations Below)

Meteorologist Linh Truong 6:00 PM Thursday

Precipitation: THURSDAY: TRACE/ Month: 2.03"/ Normal: 1.64"/ Year: 2.03"/ Normal: 1.64"

Snow: THURSDAY: Trace"/ Month: 17.6"/ Normal: 16.3"/ Season: 81.2"/ Normal: 52.5"

Sunrise: FRIDAY: 7:45 AM Sunset: Friday: 5:17 PM/ DAYLIGHT: 9 Hours 32 Minutes


Light snow showers expected. An inch or two most areas with 1-3" possible inland.

LOW: 28 Erie..18-24 Inland/Mountains

WINDS: S 10-20 Turning SW Late


Breezy with cloudy skies and light snow showers at times. Some blowing snow is possible as well. About 1" of additional accumulation expected

HIGH: 28-32...Falling to low/mid 20s by early evening

WINDS: SW 10-20 G25


Much colder with light snow showers expected, especially during the evening. Another 1" of accumulation possible by Saturday morning.

LOW: 14 Erie...9-14 Inland/Mountains

WINDS: W-SW 10-20

WIND CHILL: Near or slightly below 0

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