Snow and Cold Temperatures
Temperatures will stay well below average for the week with more snow on the way.
Tonight, snow will continue before tapering to flurries after midnight. Lake effect snow showers will develop late. Additional snowfall will be around 1-2 inches. Temperatures will stay in the low-mid 20s. Winds will be southeast at 5-10 mph becoming southwest late. Wind chills will be around 8-13.
Monday will be mostly cloudy and windy with lake effect snow showers. Snowfall accumulations will be around an inch inland, and 1-2 inches along the lakeshore. Highs will be in the mid-upper 20s, and slowly falling during the afternoon. Winds will be west at 10-20 mph with wind chills in the teens.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be mostly cloudy and very cold with lake effect snow likely, especially west of US-131. Temperatures will be in the low 20s Tuesday and around 20° Wednesday. Winds on Tuesday will be west-southwest at 12-22 mph becoming northwest at 7-14 mph Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with cold temperatures. Highs will be in the mid-upper 20s.
Saturday look for mostly cloudy skies with a chance of snow. Highs will be around 30.
The 6-10 Day Outlook for Sat. Dec. 14 through Wed. Dec. 18 calls for below average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 34-35° with average precipitation of .39".
The 8-14 Day Outlook for Mon. Dec. 16 through Sun. Dec. 22 calls for near average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 33-34° with average precipitation of 0.52".
Have a great night.
Meteorologist Joe Kopecek