Published: Sun, January 01, 2017
National | By Traci Kelley

Weather Outlook: Lake effect snow warning, advisory still in effect

Weather Outlook: Lake effect snow warning, advisory still in effect

Depending on these timing and coverage details, it appears most of the interior lowlands will get a Trace to 3 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service in Buffalo (NWS) has issued a lake effect snow warning for Wyoming County from 4 p.m. Thursday through 10 p.m. Friday.

Current weather models for much of next week show a slight chance of rain with a slight chance of snow in higher elevations, weather officials said. Lake Effect snow showers typically align themselves in bands, and will likely be intense enough to drop several inches of snow in localized areas.

Light snow with little accumulation is in the forecast for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday throughout East Idaho.

- Besides the snow, temperatures start out in the low 30s.

West winds of 10 to 20 miles per hour are expected, with gusts of up to 30 miles per hour.

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Colder air will continue to blow into the area on a very gusty wind on Friday. Southwest wind gusts close to 40 miles per hour are possible between about 2 and 5 p.m.

Locally unsafe New Year's Eve travel conditions will riddle the Great Lakes region in the wake of the northern New England blizzard to end the week.

There could be icy spots on bridges, overpasses and secondary roads, the weather service warns.

Though it's dry across most of New Jersey early this morning, that's about to change.

Friday's forecast calls for a mostly sunny day with highs flirting with 40, Field said.

Parts of New Jersey will receive some snow on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will rise into the middle 40s on Monday and then into the 50s in places on Tuesday.

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