January 04, 2018 06:03 PM A Wind Chill Warning goes into effect Thursday evening and remains in effect through Sunday morning. Wind chill reads will fall as low as -30°F at times. In addition, a Lake Effect Snow Warning has been issued for Wayne County and Winter Weather Advisories have been posted for Orleans, Monroe and Seneca Counties for Thursday night through Saturday morning.
Lake effect snow showers move in late Tuesday along the Ontario coast and then into Rochester by morning. Snow showers continue on and off through the day on Wednesday with total accumulations on the order of 1 to 3 inches for most of the area. However heavier totals of 3 to 5 inches will be possible for northern sections of the lake counties along and north of Rt. 104. Wednesday’s temps remain bitter cold with near record cold highs expected in the lower teens. Yikes!
A Winter Storm Warning continues for Monroe and Wayne counties including the City of Rochester on Tuesday. Elsewhere a Lake Snow Warning remains in effect for Wyoming County and a Winter Weather Advisory remains posted for the remainder of our viewing area. Following a heavy coating of snow last night and early this morning, we brace for the next wave of snowfall, this time coming off of Lake Ontario.
While it's VERY COLD currently, a change in the upper level winds will change that in the days to come with warming temps before the arrival of a potent storm early next week. I'll have a full update on @News10NBC at 11. #ROCwxhttps://t.co/zVZsyvpw38
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Selecting a term
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