Written By: Scott Hetsko
If I wasn't living it, I'd find it hard to believe! All the data continues to point at a real significant snow storm for Rochester tomorrow. It will be really interesting to watch the temperatures drop between 6am and noon. Heavy snow, combined with NNE wind gusts near 35 mph will cause widespread blowing and drifting of snow.
14 to 18" of snow with lake help looks likely although a few town will probably reach 20" by early Thursday. This will be the exception, not the rule. There's little doubt in my mind that this one will end up being the biggest snow storm for the area of the season. What a way to wrap up the worst Winter in at least 10 years!
Have fun and more importantly, BE SAFE!