Posted by Meteorologist Angelica Campos

Lake effect snow will persist this morning with an average of 2-4 inches of snow. Snow will taper off this afternoon, giving away to a few breaks in the clouds and temperatures in the mid 20s but once again below seasonable by more than 20 degrees.

There’s no question that the last 9 days have been very cold; the entire month averages at 8.4°F colder than normal. But this weekend we will enjoy a warm up or a taste of what we call seasonable temperatures in the 40s and 50s.


If you’ve been looking for a period of time in which to hang your outdoor Christmas decorations, it will be this weekend. The trade off is that you will be dodging a few showers. Keep an eye on radar.

002A strong cold front will erase the 50s with colder air just ahead of Thanksgiving. More unsettled conditions to follow post Thanksgiving and into the following week.