By: WNYT First Warning Weather Team
After a cold, albeit somewhat sun-filled Thursday, things will be getting no warmer for the foreseeable future. Temperatures look to stay in the 20s, teens and single digits for the next several days. The pattern we're in will remain somewhat active with our first decent snow of the season on the way for this weekend.
We'll have just a few scattered clouds around overnight, along with an increasing southwest breeze. Lows will range from the middle single digits to the middle teens across our area.
The morning commute will have sunshine and cold temperatures. As another disturbance rolls through, we'll see the wind continue to blow as it swings to the northwest. Some snow showers and even a few squalls will be around; we'll otherwise end up with mostly cloudy skies through the afternoon with highs in the teens and low 20s.
A storm will make an approach Saturday and into Saturday night. Clouds will thicken up into the morning and by Saturday afternoon, light snow will be moving up and in. The steadiest snow will be overnight Saturday night into Sunday morning and that will have us waking up to a few inches on the ground.
The snow will wind down during the late morning/early afternoon on Sunday with highs only in the low 20s.
We'll nail down the storm's snowfall forecast for our area and have it for you Friday.
Have a great Friday-