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Very weak cold front drops through with more clouds arriving to start the weekend. Could be a spotty shower or drizzle, otherwise mainly dry on Saturday. It will be a cooler day, too. The next disturbance approaches through Saturday night into Sunday. Borderline temperatures likely will result in some wet snow late Saturday night through Sunday morning. Expect slushy 1-2 inches by Sunday morning. As the low passes through, enough warm air streams North changing wet snow over to regular rain showers on Sunday.

Meteorologist Tom Atkins and Craig Flint, 5:46 PM

Precip: FRIDAY: 0.00″ / Month: 1.80″ / Normal: 2.61″ / Year: 36.12″ / Normal: 37.10″

Snowfall: FRIDAY: 0.0″/ Month: 0.9″/Normal: 4.2″ / Year: 0.9″ / Normal: 4.4″

Sunstats: SATURDAY: Sunrise 7:19 AM / Sunset 4:54 PM Daylight: 9 Hours 35 Minutes


Clouds and sun, breezy and very mild

High: 58-64

Wind: SW 15-30


Partly to Mostly Cloudy

Low: Near 45 Erie….35-40 Inland.

Wind: SW 5-15, shifting north

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