DECEMBER SNOW: 4.0"
THURSDAY SUNRISE: 7:33 AM
THURSDAY SUNSET: 4:35 PM
Tonight an Arctic cold front will attempt to push through and deposit a quick coating to two early tonight, which could make the evening commute pretty slick. The snow band over Ontario will shift South overnight which will spray areas North of I-90 with a few inches of fluff by morning. The morning commute Thursday could be a slick one in and around Rochester, and especially east. Stay tuned through tonight for updates. Meanwhile, it seems like a good bet that areas in Wyoming County will pick up a foot or more Tuesday through Wednesday. Highs for all today will be in the upper 20s, and mid to upper 20s Wednesday, but wind chills both days will be in the teens.
Winds should then turn to the south and west pushing Lake Ontario's lake snow out of here, if they even reach here, come Thursday afternoon, but this will probably lead to possibly little more lake snow off Lake Erie to end the week Friday. Thursday will be the coldest day of the week, as highs will likely struggle to make the low 20s, while we should recover to near 30 Friday with a gusty wind that will accentuate the chill.
TONIGHT: A little burst of snow this evening will taper by the mid to late evening and then some lake snow will come close or into the Rochester area around or just after midnight with several inches in the most persistent snows in Wayne County overnight.
THURSDAY: Some lake snow close or in the Rochester area to start the day, but it should shift out to the north and east come the midday and afternoon hours. It will be brisk & very cold too.
FRIDAY: Brisk and a little milder, but still cold with some snow showers and a few squalls likely to be around. A minor accumulation is likely.
SATURDAY: Snow develops and will continue most of the afternoon and evening.