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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

Paul Caiano, Meteorologist
Paul Caiano, Meteorologist
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Jason Caterina, Meteorologist
Jason Caterina, Meteorologist
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Neal Estano, Meteorologist
Neal Estano, Meteorologist
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Bob Kovachick, Chief Meteorologist
Bob Kovachick, Chief Meteorologist
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Jason Gough, Meteorologist
Jason Gough, Meteorologist
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Steady snow will gradually wind down through mid-morning with most locations picking up 2-4 inches by the time it's over.  Click here to see forecast totals for the region.  It will become windy and turn much colder later today with scattered afternoon snow showers.  Temperatures will be in the upper 20's to around 30 by noon, then fall back through the 20's and into the teens.

Skies will clear out tonight but it will be windy and frigid.  Overnight lows will be near 0 with wind chill values -10 to -30.

That Arctic air will stick around into the weekend.  Tomorrow's highs will be in the mid teens with the wind chill staying below zero all day.  There will be a mix of sun and clouds and a persistent wind into the afternoon.

There will be less wind on Sunday but skies will be mostly cloudy and highs will be in the lower 20's.

There is another chance of snow on Monday, especially from I-90 south.

Have a great weekend!

Paul Caiano