How much snow will we get?
The weekend forecast calls for widespread snowfall, with strengthening along Lake Ontario and the lower part of Lake Erie, according to the National Weather Service in Buffalo.
The snowfall, which began late Thursday, is expected to continue through the weekend.
How much snow will Rochester NY get?
From Friday into Sunday, another 3 to 8 inches of snow is expected in parts of Monroe County, a combination of a widespread snowstorm moving across western New York on Friday and some lake-effect snow in the Rochester area on Saturday, the weather service said. . Meteorologist John Campbell. In addition to the snow that fell Thursday and early Friday morning, snow totals could reach 10 inches over four days by Sunday in some parts of the Rochester area.
“It’s a nice light snow, just enough to make the roads slippery,” Campbell said.
About 1 to 3 inches is expected to fall in Monroe County during the day and into the evening on Friday before tapering off, he said. Lake effect snow will leave several more inches of snow for area residents on Saturday – 1 to 2 inches of snow across most of the area and 2 to 4 inches of snow expected in towns in the northeastern part of Monroe County (Irondequoit, Webster, Penfield) and western Wayne County, Campbell said.
He added that snow is expected to continue until Sunday morning.
Temperatures in Rochester, New York
The latest snowfall comes on the heels of two recent bouts of lake-effect snowstorms that hit the Buffalo area and other parts of western New York in the past week. 2.2 inches of snow fell Thursday at Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airport, according to the weather service. More snow fell overnight, but measurements were not immediately available.
He added that the weekend will also be cold, with Saturday expected to be the coldest day.
Highs on Friday and Sunday are expected to reach the low 20s, with lows in the lower teens. Campbell said high temperatures on Saturday are expected to remain in the teens, but will feel much colder when considering the wind chill, which is expected to drop below zero.
The temperature is expected to rise after the winter winds witnessed over the weekend, as temperatures return to the mid-30s on Monday and Tuesday, and reach the 40s on Wednesday.
The normal range for Rochester in mid-January is 33.
Weather forecast for Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs
The weather service is predicting a chance of snow showers in Orchard Park before 8 a.m. Sunday. After snowfall in the morning, the day is expected to be partly sunny, with a high near 23 degrees. As the day progresses, the evening weather is expected to be mostly cloudy, with temperatures dropping to around 18 degrees. The weather will become cooler as the sun sets, with southwesterly winds around 14 mph.
The AccuWeather forecast for Highmark Stadium calls for a daily high of 26 degrees with large clouds. In the evening, the forecast holds a low of 18 degrees and calls for breezy winds, with gusts up to 20 mph.