LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The cold looks to be here to stay for the weekend, with highs set for the mid to low 20’s and sub-zero windchills.
According to new partner 13WHAM, Thursday evening will be windy with frigid, with sub-zero wind chills, and snow will re-develop after midnight. Areas south and west of Rochester could see 3-5 inches of snow accumulation. Lows of 14, wind S/SW 15-25 mph.
Friday morning will see a decrease of snowfall, but extensive blowing and drifting, especially in open areas. Lake-effect snow will continue to fall south and west of Rochester, accumulating to 3-6 inches in the most persistent bands. Set to be windy and sharply colder, with some brief breaks of sunshine. Highs of 22, wind W/SW 15-30 mph.
Friday night is set for bitter cold temperatures with sub-zero wind chills. Brief evening snow showers near Rochester. Areas south and west will see heavy snow, with 6-10 inches of accumulation possible. Lows of 5, wind W/SW 10-25 mph.
Saturday is looking at blustery cold temperatures with sunny breaks early in the day, but snow showers by afternoon with 1-2 inches of accumulation possible. South and west of Rochester could see another 3-6 inches. Highs of 18, wind W/SW 10-25 mph.
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