First Alert Weather: Some wintry conditions on the way this week

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A few lake flakes on Monday near Rt. 104 will bring a coating of snow to the grassy surfaces.

The conditions will be mostly cloudy, breezy, and cold elsewhere with some breaks of sun in the afternoon. Fair weather is in store for Monday night into the morning before the weather gets a little more interesting.

Our first snow accumulation is possible on Wednesday morning as a weak storm system moves through. Amounts will be in the 1-3″ range areawide.

There will not be a major storm by any means but there could be some slick roads to start the day. After that moves through, a local lake effect will develop. Snow off of Lake Erie may be significant.

While this will primarily be a problem out towards Buffalo some of this snow will cross the Rochester metro at times later this week into the weekend.

The exact impacts are not possible to know at this time so stay tuned to News10NBC for all the latest updates on the wintry weather pattern through the week ahead.


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