Cold front brings changeable weather this weekend

This evening will be partly cloudy with SW winds diminishing for a time but a cold front pushes through tonight and behind it winds will increase and shift to the north gusting up to 35 miles per hour.

Monday - A chance of rain. Daytime highs reach the 20s and low 30s. A front will be on the way for late Saturday afternoon, early evening time period and a few showers are possible.

Sunday looks sunny and dry. Winds will slowly diminish at least a little towards evening, but it will likely remain on the breezy side overnight and probably right through the next few days as well. A quick moving low pressure system will move from Lake Erie through the Saint Lawrence River Valley overnight, and exit to our northeast Sunday. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 38. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. Chance of precipitation is 100%. For Monday, a stout southerly wind will warm temperatures to the mid to upper 50s. We see a near-repeat for Friday before our next rain chance heading into Saturday. Wind northwest 50 km/h gusting to 70.

Friday Night - Mostly clear, with a low around 18.

Lake Effect snow showers around for the first half of Sunday
Weather Authority: Mild and calm Monday

Thursday: Partly sunny, high near 40. Get the latest breaking headlines sent straight to your inbox. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 37. The cold air will be north from Minnesota toward the Great Lakes to ME where highs will be stuck in the 30s. He anticipated only dry weather by Wednesday, which the weather service expects to be mostly sunny but with temperatures getting no warmer than 69 degrees.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, a blast of polar air is expected to produce some of the coldest temperatures so far this season in the Great Lakes region and in places such as upstate NY and Pennsylvania, Rose said.

Monday night - Mostly cloudy, with a low about 30.

  • Santos West