Written by John DiPasquale:
Today & tonight will be quiet & mainly cloudy with temperatures a little above average this afternoon, & pretty mild for this time of year tonight. Highs will be in the mid 30s today, & tonight lows will be dropping to between 25 & 30.
On Saturday, an area of developing low pressure will be pulling a warm front into & through the region during the day, which will likely trigger a little snow to develop during the late morning/early afternoon that should quickly change to a little rain later Saturday afternoon into the night. Very late Saturday night into Sunday morning any rain will likely end as snow that may accumulate a coating to an inch or two across the region. It will turn blustery & colder Super Bowl Sunday with a few snow showers & squalls developing off Lake Ontario during the afternoon, but no real significant snows are expected to round out the weekend. Temperatures will drop out of the 30s & into the 20s during the day Sunday with a gusty wind.
The start of next week looks cold & sunny, but clouds will increase Tuesday with some snow, possibly changing to an icy mix will probably come in Tuesday night into Wednesday. The track of the storm will dictate, as it always does, the precipitation type & amounts. Stay tuned over the next several days for updates on this storm.
Have a great day & weekend bloggers!