SEASON SNOW: 86.4"
TUESDAY SUNRISE: 7:30 AM
TUESDAY SUNSET: 7:12 PM
WINTER STORM WARNING FOR ALL OF WESTERN NEW YORK FOR WEDNESDAY
A cold front will sneak through Tuesday night/early Wednesday and cause colder air to slowly begin to leak in and set the stage for a late season winter storm with significant snowfall Wednesday into Wednesday night. We will be looking at an accumulating, steady and at times heavy snowfall Wednesday and Wednesday night, along with increasing winds and falling temperatures. There still remains some uncertainty regarding the track and intensity, so we'll be updating the forecast tonight and Tuesday. Stay tuned. In the wake of the storm, gusty winds and bitterly cold air will be with us for Thursday with some limited lake effect snow slowly tapering, highs only in the teens and wind chills subzero much of the day!
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, brisk and pretty mild with a passing rain/snow shower possible.
TUESDAY: Brisk and seasonable with mostly cloudy skies.
WEDNESDAY: Snow, possibly heavy at times during the afternoon and evening. Blowing and drifting of snow likely reducing visibility. 8" or more likely.
HIGH: 33 A.M. then falling
THURSDAY: Morning leftover lake snows, windy and bitterly cold especially for March!