SEASON SNOW: 86.3"
SUNDAY SUNRISE: 7:33 AM
SUNDAY SUNSET: 7:10 PM
High pressure will briefly build in behind Saturday's cold front, allowing for some sun to return on Sunday. Any limited lake effect will end Sunday morning, but we will stay cold, with highs likely not making it out of the 20s during the day Sunday. A warm front will lift through, allowing our temperatures to rise Sunday night into Monday morning with some snow showers around Monday changing to a few rain showers as we climb into the lower 40s. Tuesday will be relatively quiet as our attention turns to mid-week, with a Nor'easter taking aim at the Mid-Atlantic states. If the current track holds, we should see an accumulating snowfall event by Wednesday with some wrap-around lake effect early Thursday morning. We will of course keep you updated on any changes in this forecast.
SUNDAY: Colder with a few lake snow showers to start the day followed by more sun returning.
MONDAY: Breezy and milder with a few snow showers changing over to rain showers.
TUESDAY: Seasonable and quiet.