Temperatures remain unseasonably mild into New Year’s Day. Showers can be around at times, but steadier rain returns mid to late afternoon. It will turn colder by Saturday night into Sunday, along with blustery winds and rain changing to some freezing rain and then to some snow and snow showers.
Meteorologist Craig Flint & Tom Atkins 7:10 PM SATURDAY
Precip: (through 5PM) SATURDAY: 0.19″/ Month: 0.19″ / Normal: 0.13″ / Year: 0.19″ / Normal: 0.13″
Snowfall: (through 5PM) SATURDAY: 0.0″/ Month: 0.0/ Normal: 1.1″ / Season: 7.1″ / Normal: 37.1″
Sunstats: SUNDAY: Sunrise 7:49 AM / Sunset 5:01 PM Daylight: 9 hours 12 minutes
Breezy, turning colder with rain showers changing to snow showers. Perhaps a brief period of freezing rain or sleet.
Low: 34 Erie…30-34 inland.
Wind: NE 10-25.
Brief wintry mix early changing to snow showers…1-3″ possible. Blustery and cold.
Wind: NE/N 10-25.
Breezy and very cold. Light snow ending.
Low: 23 Erie…14-19 inland.
Wind: NW 10-20.