Written by John DiPasquale:
Quiet, chilly start to the new week will be followed by a windy, milder Tuesday which will feature a bit of rain, maybe a touch of freezing rain in a few spots early in the day, mainly east of Rochester, & anything falling from the sky come the late afternoon into the evening will be snow. A slushy coating to an inch or two of snow will be possible late Tuesday through Tuesday evening with & just behind the cold front. A little lake snow will fly Tuesday night, but more significant lake snows, a spray, will develop Wednesday, Wednesday night & slowly taper later Thursday. I believe a burst of snow will occur with a trough, wind shift, on Wednesday, & then there will be a spray of flurries & squalls for the rest of Wednesday with a bit more organization Wednesday night into the start of Thursday. Data has been consistently suggesting persistent lake snows, which should deposit several inches of fluff in the most persistent snows, likely to include areas around & north of the 90 corridor, & Rochester. Stay tuned.
The storm slated for the weekend to split MAY end up giving us some accumulating wet snow late Saturday & Saturday night per latest GFS. It will be interesting to see how the EURO handles this with the next run or two. Stay tuned...
Have a great day bloggers!!