LIVINGSTON COUNTY — According to our news partner at 13WHAM, the weather will remain brisk from this evening, Wednesday November 19, into Friday Nov 21 due to blustery winds from 15-30 mph. But don’t hibernate just yet, because Saturday through Sunday the report shows warm temperatures will thaw our your weekend.
This Wednesday evening into Thursday there will be grey skies with a chance of flurries and snow showers and squalls. This evening and tomorrow’s accumulation will be 1-3’’ in most areas, with 6-12’’ in areas SW of Rochester into Genesee and Wyoming County, respectively. Tonight’s low will be 24, tomorrow’s high will be around 28. The snow is also expected to taper off Thursday evening, especially in areas SW of Rochester.
Friday the weather remains a chilly 25, but the skies will offer periods of sunshine amongst snow showers. The high will be 25 degrees, and a low of 17 in the evening.
The extended forecast into the weekend expects warmer temperatures from Saturday to Monday. Saturday gets the warm up going, the temperature is expected to be as high as 41, but temperatures will drop to 18. Then Sunday the temperature is expected to rise to 50, and Sunday evening will remain a balmy 40. Monday temperatures could reach as high as 58 degrees before declining into the low 40s that evening.
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PHOTO CAPTION: Students leave the SUNY Geneseo Campus. (Photo/ Josh Williams)