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Here’s the 7-day forecast From News 8 Meteorologist Josh Nichols
for Wednesday, January 23rd, 2018
**WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY ACROSS
THE AREA THROUGH 2 P.M. TODAY**
TODAY: Cloudy, becoming breezy, and a lot milder. Look for a brief period of
freezing rain in the morning, mixed with a few wet flakes, to change to some
light rain midday and afternoon. Some slick spots this morning.
HIGH: 46 (sunset, daytime high near 40 in the afternoon)
TONIGHT: Cloudy and quite breezy with a bit of rain mixing with
sleet after Midnight. Some gusts of 40 to 45 mph possible in the
higher terrain of Wyoming County and Bristol Hills this evening.
THURSDAY: Cloudy with a wintry mix of snow and sleet changing
to a brief period of entirely snow in the morning, as it turns blustery and colder
throughout the day. An inch or two of wet snow is possible by midday.
HIGH: 40 (Midnight, falling to near 30 by sunset)
FRIDAY: Blustery and turning sharply colder with flurries and areas
of lake snow off of Lake Erie. Temperatures fall through the day.
SATURDAY: Variably cloudy and very cold. Flurries and local lake snows.
SUNDAY: Very cold to start. Sunshine in the morning will
give way to increasing and thickening clouds. Turning breezy with
a burst of snow arriving out ahead of another arctic cold front.
MONDAY: Changeable amounts of clouds and sun with flurries and local lake snows early. LOW: 9
TUESDAY: Light snow possibly mixed with a bit of sleet early.
NORMAL HIGH/LOW: 31/17, SUNRISE: 7:38 A.M. SUNSET: 5:03 P.M.