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April 16, 2014 Forecast

Precipitation should be all snow through the area by the late afternoon as temperatures continue to drop behind the cold front.

Precipitation should be all snow through the area by the late afternoon as temperatures continue to drop behind the cold front. Winds out of the northwest will continue after sunset as cold air blasts back into the Twin Tiers, with some gusts near 30 mph. Snow showers will taper off and become lighter and more spotty late in the night.

Impacts from the snow and sleet are expected to relatively minor, with most of the snow falling when air temperatures are still relatively close to freezing. Since it has been several days since temperatures have been below freezing, snow will not accumulate initially as surfaces will retain some of the warmth of recent days. But, some slick spots will be possible this evening as temperatures continue to drop.

Total accumulation should be less than 1 inch in most locations. Temperatures tonight will drop into the teens, and highs Wednesday should not climb out of the 30s. Warmer air returns for the late week.

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