DAYBREAK WEATHER: It will be cold and cloudy Wednesday morning with temperatures in the mid-20s and a wind chill in the lower teens.
WEDNESDAY’S OUTLOOK: Snow showers are likely mid-morning into mid-afternoon. Generally, there will be an inch or less. Higher amounts are possible in northern Mercer County — with up to 3″ possible there. The high will only be in the lower-30s with wind chills in the teens to lower-20s for the day.
WINDY & WHITE-OUTS POSSIBLE: With winds gusting up to 30 mph Wednesday, snow showers could reduce visibility. Be alert for changing driving conditions.
LAKE ENHANCED SNOW SHOWERS CONTINUE: Thursday, another wave of unstable air will generate light lake effect snow showers. This will continue even into early Friday. Accumulations will be minimal.
WARMER AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND: Temperatures will be in the lower-40s Saturday and mid- to upper-40s for Sunday. It will be partly to mostly sunny both days.
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