Good morning! Happy Friday!
After an extra large helping of snow, an unforgettable blast of Arctic air and a late January thaw, Mother Nature is finally settling down into the last weekend of the month.
Friday – A thin layer of snow is hiding glare ice and frozen slush lurking underneath Friday morning, making for a treacherous start to the day. Additional scattered snow showers as a weak secondary cold front cruises by, produce a dusting to 1-2″. An isolated squall is not out of the question this afternoon. High temp, mid 20s. Southwest wind 10-15 mph gusting to 25 mph.
Tonight – Mostly to partly cloudy. Low temp near zero.
Saturday – Partly sunny with a few lake-effect showers stretching off Lake Ontario and into the northern Adirondacks and Green Mountains. High temp, teens. Light south wind.
Sunday – Scattered snow showers, amounting to a meager dusting to 1-2″ again. Near 30 degrees.
Monday – Mix of sun and clouds. Colder again, from the teens in the afternoon to a low near zero.
Tuesday & Wednesday brings our next big storm. Stay tuned through the weekend for more details!
TGIF! Have a great Friday and an even better weekend!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault