LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A wind advisory will go into effect the morning of Sunday, Jan. 4, since winds may reach hazardous speeds and damage trees or power lines.
According to news partner 13WHAM, wintry weather will continue in the county through Saturday, but late Saturday evening, wind speeds will really pick up.
Areas west of Rochester may see wind gusts up to 55mph Sunday morning and afternoon, while areas east of Rochester may see gusts in the 50mph range. This may be enough to cause isolated tree and power damage.
The majority of current sleet and freezing rain will be changing to plain old rain over the next 3-5 hours as warmer air moves back into the region.
Temperatures will rise into the upper 30s before midnight Saturday and into the low 40s by 8A.M. Sunday.
PHOTO CAPTION: High winter winds. (Photo/Flickr.com)