Chief Meteorologist Steve Lapointe
Updated time: January 16, 2024 at 10:00 p.m.
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Cold, relatively storm-free weather through the weekend – snow possible on Thursday and Friday
After Tuesday's snow, skies will be partly clear overnight and strong winds will blow dry, light, fluffy snow into the surrounding area. Roads, especially country roads and service roads, are likely to remain late and slippery overnight due to low temperatures and a light snowstorm. Low temperatures are expected to generally fall into the low to mid teens, with some cold spots in the single digits, and wind chills dropping into the low single digits by morning.
Wednesday's weather will be crisp and bright with some sunshine. High temperatures will remain in the low to mid 20s, with temperatures in the teens at higher elevations with strong winds.
Cloudy skies are expected Thursday and especially Friday, with a chance of light snow on Thursday and possibly a good chance of scattered snow on Friday. Thursday's highs will be in the 25-30 degree range, and Friday's highs will be in the mid-20s.
The weather for the weekend looks mild, but the colder air will strengthen and become much colder, with highs in the teens on Saturday and in the low to mid 20s on Sunday.
However, the weather pattern is expected to reverse next week, with milder weather developing and daytime temperatures expected to return to above 40 degrees by Tuesday.
Wind: West-northwest 16 to 20 miles per hour.
Low temperatures: 8 to 14 degrees, wind chill to low single digits by morning.
clouds and sunlight mix
gust of wind
Wind: Westerly 15 to 25 mph
changeable cloudy sky
It snows in the Adirondacks, but the rest of the country is mostly dry.
Wind: Southwest 10-15mph
Mostly cloudy sky
Possibility of light snow
Wind: SSE 16-20 mph, gusts 25 mph
Mostly cloudy sky
Possibility of snow showers
High: Mid 20s