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Clouds Thicken Ahead of Afternoon Rain Showers

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SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and gusty. Scattered showers developing after 1PM. 80% PM. High of 50 (46-51). Winds south to west at 10-25 mph, gusting up to 40.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Showers taper off early. Becoming gusty. Scattered lake effect snow showers late. 30%. Low of 28 (26-30).

MONDAY: Morning scattered lake effect snow showers. 70% AM. Snowfall accumulations of a dusting to an inch is expected with slightly higher amounts further north. Afternoon peeks of sunshine. High of 38. Low of 28. Winds out of the northwest at 15-25 mph, gusting up to 45 mph.

TUESDAY: Partly sunny skies. Slight chance of a snow shower early. 20% AM. High of 42. Low of 30.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. High of 56. Low of 38.

THURSDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. High of 59. Low of 42

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy skies. High of 60. Low of 43.

SATURDAY: Partly cloudy skies. High near 60.

Sunday will start off dry with mostly cloudy skies. Winds will continue to increase ahead of a cold front set to move through the region during the afternoon. The cold front will lead to scattered showers developing between 12-2PM becoming more widespread during the evening hours. Embedded pockets of moderate rainfall is possible during this time.

A break in the action late Sunday evening as showers taper off by 9PM. Winds will continue to be gusty as they switch to out of the northwest helping produce lake effect snow showers. Snow showers will continue for most of Monday morning before ending by noon.

There is a slight chance for a stray snow shower Tuesday but by midweek, early fall like conditions return to the region with temperatures approaching 60 Degrees!

Jason Doris

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