From Your Weather Authority...
Deep upper low diving down out of Canada is bringing some occasional light rain, drizzle & showers into the region. This low will continue to influence us into Saturday night with mainly showers, though some wet snow flakes are possible at times in the higher elevations later today. Anyone could get some wet flakes Saturday night, but all precipitation will move out with more sun but still chilly temps. on Sunday.
Meteorologist Tom Atkins 4:30 AM Saturday
LAKE ERIE WATER TEMP: 56 Degrees
Precipitation: FRIDAY: 0.01"/ Month: 4.29"/ Monthly Normal: 4.05"/ Year: 34.79"/ Yearly Normal: 34.49"
Sunrise: FRIDAY: 7:53 AM/ Sunset: 6:15 PM/ DAYLIGHT: 10 Hours 22 Mins
Mostly cloudy and becoming breezy. Light rain and showers developing in the morning with the chance of some wet flakes mixing in, especially in the afternoon in higher elevations away from the lakeshore. Little to no accumulation expected. Cold.
HIGHS: Low to Mid 40s
WINDS: NE 10-20 with higher gusts near the lake
Chilly with a chance of rain showers and/or snow showers. A trace up to maybe an inch of accumulation, mainly away from the lakeshore and more likely in the snowbelts.
LOW: 32 Erie...28 Inland... 25 Mountains
WINDS: N 15-20 G30
Partly sunny, brisk and chilly.
HIGH: 43 Erie...44 Inland... 37 Mountains
WINDS: N-NW 10-20