First Alert Weather: Chilly weather returns for start of the week
ROCHESTER, N.Y. – As a low-pressure system slowly departs Western New York, Rochester will be left with chilly temperatures and spotty precipitation. Over the next several days it will be cold enough for wet snow showers to mix with sprinkles of rain with little or no accumulation expected. It is likely that the area will have unseasonably cold weather through mid-week before temperatures moderate by the end of the week.
For the remainder of the night look for occasional sprinkles and patches of drizzle. The winds will increase with the low temperature in upper 30s. Monday the temperature will start near 40 degrees, but the temperature will slowly fall through the 30s. It will be gray with a passing flurry or a wet snow shower. The flurries may mix with a few drops of rain. Tuesday will bring more flurries at times with unseasonably cold weather as the temperature will remain in the upper 30s.
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