Several chances for snow, ice forecast this week, starting Tuesday

Several chances for snow, ice forecast this week, starting Tuesday

Several chances for snow, ice forecast this week, starting Tuesday

"A winter weather advisory is in effect for the majority of the viewing area, and 2-4" of snow can be expected. Another slippery start. Temperatures throughout the day on Wednesday will be slightly warmer with highs reaching the mid 30s.

Our next weather system is on the approach and will bring a general light snowfall for all of Western New York tonight after about 8 PM. Gusts should be limited to no more than 30 miles per hour in the metro area but that's still more than enough wind to keep wind chills in the 20s.

Tomorrow (Thursday): Temperatures moderate just a bit, with highs heading for the upper 30s to low 40s. Look for increasing clouds by late afternoon. Wind chill values feel like the 20s. Saturday-night lows dip to the mid-20s to near 30.

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"Friday is looking calmer and more settled although it will be cold". However, a flurry or snow shower can't be completely ruled out, mainly across the Poconos. High temperatures Sunday should get back into the upper 30s to near 40. So perhaps we see a flurry or a snow shower Friday afternoon into Friday night as the clipper system passes to the north. We are still battling the cold and highs once again return to the mid and upper 20s. As was the case this morning, the best chance for the snow will be south of Boston and it would be a limited event with a coating to an inch at best. Once the next system exits, temperatures cool back down for Wednesday.

Elsewhere across the United Kingdom sub-zero temperatures are also forecast, with more wintry showers in parts by the end of the week. Expect a breezy day, with increasing clouds.

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