Get your daily dose of weather news

with Scott Hetsko, Chief Meteorologist


Our weather blog brings you expert perspective on the latest weather news. Our weather experts share the inside scoop with blog entries from the studio and from the field. Check out the latest weather news and storm coverage in our most recent blog entries.

Monday, January 5


Written by: Brian Neudorff

After Monday's icy start our weather will become more tranquil. We will see a return of the sun as the fair weather will last until Tuesday afternoon, before the next storm system arrives from the Gulf Coasts.

The center of the storm will be along the Ohio Valley during the day Tuesday. We will start to see the skies turn cloudy on Tuesday then Tuesday night would get some snow showers.

With many storms like this the location of the center and where it passes in proximity to western New York is key to what kind of precipitation we will see. It should definitely start as snow Tuesday night and by Wednesday morning we could be seeing some sleet and possibly freezing rain. If the storm moves farther south then the precipitation could be more snow than a wintry mix and rain. As of now, I think it is safe to say we will see some snow change over a wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain and maybe a period of rain during the day Wednesday.

Behind this storm temperatures will get colder with highs only in the 20s and this could mean periods of lake effect snow showers.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Blog Archive