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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

December 04, 2016 07:22 AM

Mostly sunny skies by this afternoon, it will be chilly but the cold breezes of the last few days will be history. Light snow will develop after midnight with some minor accumulations by midday Monday. Monday afternoon will feature the return of clouds and sun  On Tuesday its back to partly sunny skies. Both days will have high near 40.

Wednesday and Thursday will have low pressure approaching with clouds returning and again the chance for some rain and or snow. Highs these days will be in the mid to upper 30s.  This low will strengthen over Atlantic Canada during late Thursday allowing arctic air to invade the Lower 48 thus expect increasing winds come late Thursday into next weekend with below normal temperatures, i.e.., highs only in the low 30s across the valleys, 20s for the high spots, even lower wind chills, as well as occasional snow showers, with heavy lake effect snows across the snow belts of central and western NY State downwind of Lakes Erie and Ontario during the Thursday through next weekend period.

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Have a great weekend!

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