Snow tapers to scattered rain/snow and mixed showers after 8 or 9 this evening. Most will see another coating to 2″ of snow between 7 pm tonight and 7 am Sunday morning, but 2 to 6 inches is expected east of Lake Ontario with the highest totals occurring over the Tug Hill. Temperatures will rise out of the 20s and into the low to mid 30s during the night. Wind: SE-SW 10-20+ mph. Wind Chills: 15 to 25.
Windy and turning colder with some lake snow developing from north to south during the late morning and afternoon. About 1 to 3″ of snow for many with locally higher amounts. An early high in the low 30s but dropping into and through the 20s during the late morning and afternoon. Winds: W->NW 15-25+ mph. Wind Chills: 10 to 20.
Brisk and cold with some lake snow showers. Highs near 20. Wind: WNW 5-15 mph. Wind Chill: 5 to 15.
Very cold with lingering lake effect flurries. High near 25. Wind: WSW 5-15 mph. Wind Chill: 10 to 20.
More seasonable and dry. High 33.
Dry with some sun. High near 35.
Staying dry with some sun. High near 38.
Breezy with some rain and or snow possibly developing. Highs in the mid 30s.