LIVINGSTON COUNTY — With a potential snowstorm heading our way news partner 13WHAM has provided our readers a weather forecast for Livingston County.
According to Kaylee Wendt Weather Meteorologist from 13WHAM: We expect Tuesday to be mainly gray, but some breaks of limited sunshine are possible. The temperature may reach 40 degrees through the course of the day keeping any precipitation that we may see in the form of rain. A winter storm watch is in effect from 7 PM Tuesday night through 7 AM Thursday morning. A storm system will lift north form New Jersey into New England. Snow from this system will be enhanced over Lake Ontario producing snow accumulation through Thursday morning. Tuesday night an inch or less of snowfall will accumulate on the ground. We feel that the greatest chance for any substantial accumulation will take place on Wednesday. The snow intensity may briefly increase through the afternoon. We expect to see 3-6” of snowfall throughout the course of the day. With a north/north westerly flow lake enhancement is likely, especially north of the thruway. This may bring another 1-3” to the area Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Many areas will see storm totals between 6 and 12”. Check back for further updates on this storm system from the 13 WHAM Weather Authority.
PHOTO CAPTION: Snowfall in the Village. (File Photo)