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We will see a light icy/mix then all rain for Wednesday with relatively mild 40s by afternoon. However expect a return to the chill Thursday and eventually teen this weekend. Long Range models indicate it will be turning Much Colder into February. Stay in touch for all details and updates on amounts and conditions. Complete forecast details on my daily WeatherPodcast™, Weatherfieldcast™ and Facebook.

FORECAST

UPDATED January 23, 2019.

Normal High 31° Average Low 17°.

 

WEDNESDAY

Early Freezing Rain/Icy Mix.

Becoming all Rain Showers.

Breezy. Briefly Mild. 

(Rochester Rain 00.00-00.50”)

(Rain 100%)

(0” Snow Accumulations Locally)

High 38°- 43°.

S 15-20 G 30

 

WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Rain changing to Snow Showers Late.

Cold. (Snow 100%)

(Rochester Rain 0.0”-0.25”)

(0” Accumulations Locally)

Low 32° W 10-20 G 30

THURSDAY

Snow Showers. Chilly.

(Rochester Snow 0.0”-0.5”) (Snow 60%)

High 27°-32°/Low 18°.

W 10-15

The WDKX Extended Forecast.

 

FRIDAY

Snow Showers. Colder.  

(Rochester Snow (0.0”-0.0”)

(Snow 20%) High 18°- 23°/Low 9°.

 

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SATURDAY

Partly Sunny. Frigid. (Snow 0%)

High 18°/Low 8°.

SUNDAY

Snow Showers. Cold. 

(Snow 40%)

High 28°/Low 15°.

 

MONDAY

Snow Showers. Cold. 

(Snow 30%)

High 25°/Low 17°.

TUESDAY

Snow Showers. Cold. 

(Snow 60%)

High 28°/Low 16°.

 

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