Cold night in progress under a full December “Cold” moon sky. Clouds are increasing with a chance of a period of light snow after midnight. It turns windy and milder again on Wednesday, along with the chance of rain shower early and then rain later in the afternoon. Could be a brief period of snow and sleet by early Thursday, but New Year’s Eve night looks dry. Right now, it looks wet, breezy and milder for New Year’s Day.
Meteorologists Craig Flint & Tom Atkins, 11:30 PM Tuesday
Precip: (through 5PM) TUESDAY: Trace / Month: 2.85″ / Normal: 3.51″ / Year: 41.74″ / Normal: 41.93″
Snowfall: TUESDAY: Trace/ Month: 25.8″/Normal: 25.3″ / Year: 26.9″ / Normal: 34.0″
Sunstats: TUESDAY: Sunrise 7:49 AM / Sunset 4:58 PM Daylight: 9 Hours 9 Minutes
Partly cloudy to mainly clear early then clouds increase with the chance of a a period of wet snow after midnight.
Low: 20 Erie….14-18 Inland.
Wind: SW to SE 5-15.
Thickening Clouds. Slight chance of a late morning shower near the lakeshore than rain likely mid to late afternoon Turning windy and milder again.
Wind: S-SW 15-30. G35 Lake
Rain in the evening changing to wet snow after midnight. Fresh coating to an inch or 2 possible
Low: 32 Erie….27-31 Inland/Mountains.
Wind: SW to W 10-25, then 5-10.
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