MOLLY'S SATURDAY EVENING FORECAST UPDATE
TONIGHT: Becoming windy. Overcast with showers and steady periods of rain, mixing with or changing to wet snow at higher elevations near dawn Sunday. A slushy coating of snow by morning for higher elevations only. Lows near 39. Wind: S then W 10-25 MPH with gusts near 45 MPH in the morning.
SUNDAY: Windy. Early rain/snow mix changes over to all snow, but tapers to flurries by midday. New lake effect sets up in the afternoon to the east and southeast of Lake Ontario. Localized 2-4" slushy accumulation by the end of the day for the Tug Hill and Adirondacks with most of CNY only picking up 1" or less of snow. Midday highs near 39, falling to near 30 late. Wind: WNW 15-35 MPH with gusts 40-45 MPH.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Blustery with areas of lake effect snow southeast of Lake Ontario. Narrow, stronger bands are possible with very localized differences in accumulation. Windy with blowing snow and low visibility. Where the snow is most persistent, a new 2-6" with blowing and drifting snow likely. Lows near 27. Wind: W 10-30 MPH with higher gusts.
MONDAY: Breezy and chilly with lake effect snow for parts of CNY early, slowly drifting north by late morning. New 1-3" where the snow is most persistent in CNY before it drifts north to the Tug Hill Plateau. Some afternoon breaks of sun. Highs near 37.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and breezy. Mild. High 52.
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