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Friday, November 21

Round 3 of Lake Effect.

Written by: Brian Neudorff

Arctic air continues to surge across the Great Lakes and as we go through out Friday and into Saturday lake effect snow showers will begin to develop off the southeast coast of Lake Ontario. With winds out of the west & northwest a good deal of snow is forecasted to fall in the northeast corner of Wayne county. Some locations from northern Wayne into northern Cayuga counties could see over a foot.

The lake effect bands really get going late in the day Friday and into Friday night before winds start to shift on Saturday. The locations likely to see some significant snow will be north of the I-90 thruway into parts of Orleans and Monroe county including parts of the City of Rochester.

We also want you to be made aware of our StormWatch Winter Ready special that airs 7:30 p.m. this Saturday. Chief meteorologist Scott Hetsko, meteorologist Bob Metcalfe and myself will take a look at the weather that impact western New York during the winter, how it forms and why we see it. Take a trip down memory lane and look at some of the big storms that left their mark on our region, give you tips on getting your home and vehichle ready for winter, and then give you our thoughts on what you can expect this coming winter.

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