From Your Weather Authority...
An upper trough may set off a few flakes/drops this evening, but dry air in place will keep this to a minimum. Early tomorrow a spring clipper system will bring some snow and mixed precipitation to the area. As is the case with spring snow storms, accumulations will vary depending on elevation and location. A general Trace-2" will fall in most places by morning. Additional wet slushy accumulations of 1-4" are possible Tuesday, with the heaviest to the North and East of Meadville.
Meteorologist Tom Atkins 6 PM Monday
LAKE ERIE WATER TEMP: 33 Degrees
Precipitation: MONDAY(As of 5 PM):Trace"/ Month: 1.50"/ Monthly Normal: 2.84"/ Year: 7.26"/ Yearly Normal: 8.18"
SNOW: MONDAY: 0.00"/ Month: 5.6"/Monthly Normal: 13.5"/Year: 105.0"/Yearly Normal: 97.5"
Sunrise: TUESDAY: 7:06 AM/ Sunset: 7:45 PM/ DAYLIGHT: 12 Hours 39 Minutes
Gusty with a chance for some drops/flakes in the evening. Then calming winds with snow developing towards dawn.
LOW: 30 Erie...27-31 Inland/Mountains
WIND: W-SW 10-20 G30 Subsiding to 7-15
Periods of wet snow, tapering off during the afternoon. Anywhere from 1" to as much as 4" possible depending on location
HIGH: Near 37
WIND: SE to N 5-15
Mainly dry with clouds breaking late. Otherwise cold
LOW: 25 Erie...17-23 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: Light and Variable