Powerful Storm On The Way For New York State
It's been a fairly chilly past few days around New York State, including Western New York. Temperatures feel like winter out there, but the good news is that the first half of the upcoming weekend is shaping up to be warmer and at least somewhat calm.
Saturday for Western New York and Central New York should remain dry, with highs into the low 50's possible, per WIVB.
Saturday should be a good day to leave the house and just enjoy the milder temperatures, which have been hard to come by the last several months.
However, even though Saturday will feature a nice and pleasant day, Sunday will be a far different story.
Sunday will feature temperatures in the low 60's here in Western New York and extending to the Finger Lakes region, but a cold front whips through the region, which will drop temperatures.
The wind gusts are the big concern.
Wind gusts could exceed 50 mph, which would issue an advisory or a warning, and likely power outages. The worst will likely me midday on Sunday.
Sunday will also feature rain showers and even some thunder possible in there as well.
Monday could see a mix of rain and snow showers for Western New York, but accumulation amounts are unknown at this time.
Be prepared for power outages in Western New York and throughout New York State for Sunday. The winds could be very bad.