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Tuesday, April 10

Trough Moves Out by Weeks End

Written by John DiPasquale:

Unseasonably & somewhat unsettled chilly pattern Tuesday through Wednesday, will loosen its grip on the Northeast come Thursday & allow for some sun to return. Temperatures, though, on Thursday will again be mainly in the 40s. However, we will all be rewarded with a very nice day Friday!

In the meantime, we will see a few pop up, scattered showers this afternoon, which may mix with a little snow/graupel at times. Temperatures will range from the mid 40s to around 50 through the afternoon. Later tonight into Wednesday, a trough of low pressure at the surface & a disturbance aloft will set off more numerous snow showers mixed with a bit of rain. A minor slushy accumulation is possible in the hills south of the Thruway late tonight into early Wednesday. Most of us, will not see any accumulation though, as lows drop into the mid 30s tonight, & highs only reach the mid to perhaps upper 40s Wednesday with a brisk wind accentuating the chill. Scattered showers of snow & rain will fly Wednesday with some help off the lake too.

Most of the shower activity should end Wednesday night, as drier air begins pushing in from the west. Again, this should lead to at least a better day Thursday, albeit still a bit brisk & cool.

Have a nice day WNY!

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