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Here’s the 7-day forecast From News 8 Meteorologist Josh Nichols
for Friday, January 24th, 2020
TODAY: Clouds increase and thicken through the day. A raw cool
breeze out of the east and southeast will blow in the afternoon.
TONIGHT: Cloudy through the evening with nothing more than a sprinkle. Light rain mixed with a bit of light freezing rain in a few spot arrives well after Midnight.
SATURDAY: Cloudy with areas of rain mixed with a bit of freezing
rain especially in the higher terrain into theearly afternoon. Expect a
change to a little light wet snow from west to east during the
afternoon. Minor accumulations of wet snow are likely by night on
some hilltops south of the Thruway. Little to no accumulation of snow is
likelynorth of the Thruway and especially near the Lake Ontario shoreline.
HIGH: 39 (Midnight, dropping to near 32 by sunset)
SUNDAY: Cloudy with intermittent light rain and wet snow from Rochester
north to the Lake Ontario shoreline. Intermittent light snow throughout
the day south of the Thruway fades to flurries. A slushy inch
or two of new snow is possible primarily in the hills.
MONDAY: Cloudy with some very light snow or flurries throughout the day.
Little to no accumulation likely.
TUESDAY: Remaining overcast but seasonable. A stray flurry is possible in the hills.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a few lingering flurries and a chilled northerly breeze.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy and continued seasonably chilly.