- By Courtney Furtado
- 12/10/2013 05:27 PM
**Hello everyone! I want to pass along some changes here in the Weather Center, starting next Monday, December 16th, we will be Weather on the 1s! So instead of weather on the 10's, you get your weather on the 1s, 11s, 21s, and so on. Same local forecast, same people you trust, now Weather on the 1s!**
Areas of Lake Effect Snow Overnight/Wednesday
Staying Cold the Rest of the Week
The overnight will feature intense lake effect snow east of Lake Ontario; ultimately resulting in areas of significant snow accumulations and treacherous travel conditions. By daybreak we expect an additional 6 to 12 inches where snow is most persistent and there will likely be some locations that pick up over a foot of snow (and that's just for tonight)! Aside from the snow off of Lake Ontario, there will also be a few snow showers/flurries drifting in from Lake Erie. Cold and blustery conditions will be with us through the overnight and into Wednesday and after bottoming out in the upper teens and low 20s, we'll only manage to top out between 25 and 30 degrees Wednesday afternoon.
Lake effect snow remains in the forecast for both Wednesday and Thursday; however, a wind shift should allow for more numerous snow showers across CNY on Thursday. The overall weather pattern looks unsettled through the end of the week and temperatures will continue to run below average with highs only in the 20s.