JAMESTOWN – The widespread snow that has been impacting the region over the past 20 or so hours from a Low pressure area, is continuing to taper off from west to east this afternoon. In the wake of that, a few more light lake-generated snow flakes will likely be the case throughout the remainder of the day. The roller coaster of temperatures continue for the week ahead; becoming milder, then cold again.
First Defense Forecast:
Today: Widespread snow tapers west to east. A few pockets of light lake effect snow showers or snow flurries are possible through the afternoon, especially in areas south and east of Lake Erie. Still chilly and a bit breezy. Highs 16 valleys, 21 lakeshore. Northwest wind 7 to 14 MPH. Wind chill values may briefly dip to just below 0 at times. Chance of snow 50%. Around 1 inch of new snow accumulation.
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. Quite cold. Lows 5 to 10. Northwest wind 4 to 8 MPH.
Wednesday: Mostly Cloudy. Chance for a light snow shower or flurry in the afternoon. Breezy, but a tad warmer. Highs 33 to 37. South wind 13 to 22 MPH. Chance of snow 30%.
Thursday: Rain and Snow showers likely. Temperatures falling throughout the day. Early high near 39, ending in the mid to upper 20s by late afternoon. Chance of precip 70%.
Friday: Scattered snow showers. Cloudy. Colder once again. High 15. Chance of snow 60%.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Chance for a few snow showers. High 27. Chance of snow 40%.
Sunday: Chance for scattered snow showers. Overcast. High 23. Chance of snow 60%.
Monday: Mostly cloudy. Still cold. High 19.