Frigid, Windy Saturday, Storm Sunday Night Into Monday

From Channel 12 Eyewitness News Meteorologist Pete Mangione, here is the latest Detailed 7-Day Futurecast.

WIND ADVISORY THROUGH THIS EVENING

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TODAY:  Partly to mostly sunny with highs in the upper teens to low 20s. Wind chills below zero in the morning.  By the afternoon, wind chills still around 0 to the single digits.  Winds gusting  between 30-45 mph. 

TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies with stiff breezes. Lows in the single digits…wind chills near zero.

SUNDAY: Another frigid start (5-10) and then not quite as cold in the afternoon.  Partly sunny and dry during the day…Highs in the mid20s.   Snow moves in at night,

SUN. NIGHT: Increasing cloud..flurries or light snow early evening…heavier snow after midnight.

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MONDAY:  A nor’easter will bring a moderate to major snowstorm to our area. The eventual track will determine the extent of the impact for our area.  Accumulating snow is likely, with the potential for 6-12″.  READ THE BLOG FOR MORE STORM DETAILS.  Please stay tuned and check back in for updates through the weekend.   Highs near 20

TUESDAY: Sunny…sharply colder..13-18

WEDNESDAY:  Partly sunny, continued cold with increasing clouds.  Another chance for snow possible by evening/night. Highs 25-30

THURSDAY:  A chance of snow.  Highs in the 20s.

 

 

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