Written By: Scott Hetsko
Canadian high pressure will build Southeast overnight which should clear out the sky for most outside of 2-3 miles of Lake Ontario. Net radiational cooling will result in yet another night spent below zero for Western New York. Temperatures will range from about 5 above lake side to almost -10 in some of the normally colder spots in Ontario, Livingston and Yates counties by morning.
The Arctic grip will relax after Tuesday. A series of weak upper air lows will produce meager light snows at times this week. On Sunday, a storm will eject out of the Mississippi valley and may come close enough to produce a plowable snow fall Sunday and Sunday night. As we were reminded of again today, you can't predict storm tracks outside of 2-3 days so we'll worry about that guy on Thursday.
Bundle up and thank you all for continuing to write on our blog!