- By John DiPasquale
- 12/19/2014 07:40 AM
Mainly Dry, Brisk and Chilly Today
A Little Sun This Weekend?!
A little freezing drizzle/mist last night has set us up for some icy spots on untreated surfaces today. A touch more freezing drizzle and flurries will be around on this Friday, but no precipitation of significance is expected today. A brisk wind will blow throughout the day with highs struggling to make 30.
High pressure will build in tonight and into the weekend possibly providing the area with at least a little sun both Saturday and Sunday with temperatures inching up into the low to mid 30s Saturday and mid to upper 30s to end the weekend.
Monday looks dry with increasing wind and temperatures climbing into the low 40s.
Low pressure approaching from the southwest will likely produce a little rain shower activity late Monday night into Tuesday with highs well into the 40s on Tuesday. A bigger and probably more intense system will be developing and riding up along a slowly approaching cold front Wednesday. Late Wednesday/Wednesday night winds should pick up, and temperatures will likely begin to tumble from the 40s and low 50s and into the 30s, and the rain will most likely change to snow quickly with at least a minor accumulation possible. Gusty chilly winds will probably blow on Christmas with scattered snow showers and flurries, making it look pretty festive! Would love to see a white Christmast., right?! It will depend on the midweek storm next week. Stay tuned for updates.
Have a great Friday and weekend WNY!