Rain slowly slides in late with lows holding in the low 40s.  S winds diminish to 4-8 mph.


Rain will continue for much of the day with highs remaining in the mid to upper 40s.  S winds will shift W at 5-10 mph as the center of the system moves east.

Monday Night

After a break in the precipitation, snow will begin develop.  Lows will drop into the mid 20s with NW winds at 6-12 mph.  Accumulations around an 1-2" are possible.


Partly cloudy with lake-effect snow showers.  Highs in the upper 20s.  NW winds at 6-12 mph. 


Partly cloudy and bitterly cold with highs around 20°.  A few flurries may be present as well. NW winds at 5-10 mph.  Wind chills will be in the teens.


Partly cloudy and cold with highs in the mid 20s.


Partly cloudy and warmer with highs climbing into the mid 30s.


Mostly cloudy with light snow possible.  Highs in the mid 30s.

6-10 Day Outlook

Sat. Dec. 14 through Wed. Dec. 18 calls for near average temperatures and above average precipitation.  Average highs are around 34-35° with average precipitation of 0.37” and average snow of 3.9".

8-14 Day Outlook

Mon. Dec. 16 through Sun. Dec. 22 calls for above average temperatures and above average precipitation.  Average highs are around 33-34° with average precipitation of 0.53” and average snow of 5.4".

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