LIVINGSTON COUNTY — Old man winter has caught up with us as we start the week with temperatures in the 30’s and a winter weather advisory being issued.
According to our news partner at 13WHAM a Winter Weather Advisory & wind advisory has been issued for all of Western New York Tonight through Tuesday morning. After potential ice early this week we might even see our first snowfall by the end of the weekend.
Here is your 13WHAM.com weather forecast:
Monday: A few sunny breaks early, otherwise the clouds win out. Mainly dry during daylight hours. Breezy and chilly. High: 30 Wind: NE 10-20+ mph.
Monday Night: Light snow and sleet develop through the evening before changing to freezing rain overnight. 1-2″ of snow and sleet possible with upwards of a 1/4″ of ice possible in spots. Temperatures rise to near freezing by early Tuesday morning. Low: 28 Wind: E/SE 10-20 mph, Gusts to 25+ mph.
Tuesday: Any freezing rain early changes to rain showers before tapering through the afternoon. Not as chilly, but breezy. High: 45 Wind: SE 10-20+ mph, Gusts to 30+ mph southwest of Rochester.