The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo.
Even though it has been cold-we truly have been so very fortunate compared to what they have had to endure with this deadly lake effect snow around Buffalo and Watertown.
Absolutely Crazy Snow over the Christmas Weekend….and it’s still snowing-just not as heavy or with such strong winds.
Buffalo by now has crossed 50″ of snow….Watertown should approach 4 feet by later this evening.
No Doubt-we had a VERY cold Christmas Weekend….in fact the 5th Coldest Christmas Eve on Record.
and officially-we squeaked out a White Christmas….obviously outlying areas had a decent snow cover for sure.
Latest Surface Maps.
High Pressure along the Mid Atlantic coast gave us a decent day today.
A weak system will approach from the west and slowly dry up, but we may have some flurries.
Later in the Week-milder air in the mid-West will spread east for the New Years Weekend.
A Very Weak system approaches tonight and basically falls apart. Maybe a few flurries.
Rest of the country-pretty quiet-in fact a warming trend developing out west approaches for the Weekend. We are in good shape through Friday. No big storms-and temps moderating.
TONIGHT: Becoming Mostly cloudy-chc of some late night flurries
TUESDAY: Becoming Partly Sunny/Chilly-but quiet.
7 and 10 Day Forecast.
This Cold shot is almost over….and after that-a Moderating trend. It does look like showers for the New Year’s Weekend and the mild weather continues in to next week as well.
The 8-14 Day Outlook is showing a HIGH Probability of Temps being above normal well into January with a slight chance of above normal precipitation.