After a little more snow this afternoon with highs in the low 20s, it will be another bitter night tonight, as a strong area of high pressure builds in out of Canada. Lows will be not too far from record territory late tonight/early Thursday between about 0 & 5, & the record low is -3 set back in 1948 here in Rochester.
High pressure will provide us with tons of sun for Thursday & that March sun will go to work on the cold air mass & help us recover into the mid to perhaps upper 20s during the afternoon with light winds, so it should feel pretty good tomorrow afternoon, relatively speaking. High pressure will shift to the east of us late Thursday & especially Thursday night into Friday & that will lead to much milder readings to end the week with highs expected to make the 40s Friday afternoon with a southerly breeze & some more sun! Enjoy!
Cold front on the map above will scoot through Saturday with a little snow possibly mixed with rain & behind it temperatures will plunge back into the 20s for highs come Sunday with some lake snows around.
A fast moving clipper will try to clip us with a shot of snow late Sunday night into Monday & then another one may affect us Tuesday, before yet another shot of Arctic air may invade mid to late next week! We'll see...Stay tuned.
Have a great day bloggers!