Your Daily Forecast
|Meteorologist: Craig Adams
Last Updated: Saturday, January 31, 2015 4:11:49 PM
WINDS DIMINISH TONIGHT...THEN, SNOW STORM CHANCES LOOKING LIKELY FOR LATER SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY - WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT 9PM SUNDAY TO 6PM MONDAY
After a very cold and windy day, winds will gradually diminish through the evening hours. -It'll be a rather cold night across the region, with many places down close to zero.
Then, clouds will thicken during the day on Sunday as a developing storm heads towards the area. It'll start affecting the region Sunday night and continue into Monday. The storm will track to the region's south, passing through the Tennessee valley and the Mid Atlantic region, then south of New England on Monday. Latest guidance shows a good likelihood of this system generating a snowfall of 7 or more inches for the majority of the region. The airmass will continue to remain quite cold, thus allowing for the precipitation type to remain as all snow. The snow will likely be impacting the Monday morning commute, and could impact flights at the airport on Monday as well. Keep up to date on the forecast through the weekend for more information on this developing snow storm.
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Mostly clear skies.
Brisk wind continues through the evening.
Wind: WNW 15-25 mph, gusts to 30 mph
Sunset: 5:07 PM
Temps: Around 10 by 8PM
Increasing clouds after midnight.
Possible snow showers over the Adirondacks overnight, but dry elsewhere.
Wind: WNW, diminishing to 5-10 mph
Sunrise: 7:10 AM
Low: Zero to 5 above
Mostly cloudy skies.
Wind: WNW 5-15 mph
Sunset: 5:08 PM
Snow developing later in the evening.
Wind: North 5-10 mph
Snow, possibly heavy at times.
Wind: North 10-15 mph
Staying rather cold with a mix of sun and clouds.
High: Around 15