Tonight will be cloudy and cold with periods of snow with several inches of accumulation likely.  Lows in the mid 10s.  Winds will be northeast increasing to 8-16 mph with wind chills around 3-7°.

Four Computer Model Snowfall Forecasts through Saturday, January 19, 2019
Four Computer Model Snowfall Forecasts through Saturday, January 19, 2019
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Snow will end Saturday morning followed by afternoon and evening clearing.  Highs around 20° inland to the mid 20s along the lakeshore.  Winds will be northeast-north 8-16 mph with wind chills around 7-11°.

Saturday night will be clear and much colder.  Lows around 5-10°.  Winds will be north diminishing to 5-10 mph with wind chills around -3° to -8°.

Sunday will be mostly sunny inland with lake-effect snow showers over the NW and SW counties.  Highs will be in the mid 10s.  Winds will be north at 6-12 mph with wind chills around 4-8°.

Sunday night will be clear for the super wolf blood moon lunar eclipse starting around 10:33 pm.  Lows around 0 to -10°.  Winds will be northeast-east at 3-6 mph.

Super Wolf Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Sky Conditions
Super Wolf Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Sky Conditions
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Monday will be sunny and cold.  Highs inthe mid 10s.  Winds will be southeast at 6-12 mph.

Tuesday will become cloudy and not as cold with snow developing with accumulation likely.  Highs in the low 30s.

Wednesday will become mostly sunny and seasonable.   Highs in the mid 30s.

Thursday will be mostly cloudy and seasonable with overnight snow possible.  Highs in the upper 20s.

Friday through next weekend will be mostly cloudy and much colder with lake-effect snow with significant accumulation possible.  Highs in the 20s Friday, around 20° Saturday, and in the 10s Sunday.

The 6-10 Day Outlook for Thu. Jan. 24 through Mon. Jan. 28 calls for below average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 31° with average precipitation of 0.29” and average snow of 3.1”.

The 8-14 Day Outlook for Sat. Jan. 26 through Fri. Feb. 1 calls for below average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 31° with average precipitation of 0.40” and average snow of 4.4”.

Make it a wonderful weekend!

Chief Meteorologist George Lessens

George is a graduate of Penn State University working for 13 On Your Side for over 38 years. He is a twelve-time MAB® Weathercast Award Winner and two-time EMMY® Award Winner.

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