LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Though we are seemingly in the middle of a late winter heat wave and 32 degree weather is a welcome break from zero and below zero windchills, it’s not quite time to break out the shorts and flip-flops for the weekend.
According to news partner 13WHAM, on Friday there will be high clouds early in the evening, with increased clouds after midnight. Lows will be about 16 degrees, and wind 10-15 mph from the SW.
Saturday morning, there will be limited morning sun followed by gray skies and snow showers developing the by afternoon. Highs will be 32, and wind 10 to 18 mph from SW. In the late evening, expect possibly 1 to 2″ of snow. Saturday night will have occasional snow showers continue with another coating to 1″ possible. Lows of 27, wind 5 to 12 mph from SW/NW.
Sunday there will be lingering snow showers early with a few sunny breaks later during the day. Highs of 34, Wind 5 to 15 mph from W/NW/SW.