Yellow Alert is over as strong wind gusts have moved past our region

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — We did not see any strong wind gusts develop on Thursday night or early Friday morning so we dodged concerning weather.

We are not dealing with any widespread tree or power issues around town. We have dropped our Yellow Alert and the Threat Tracker will be green going into the weekend with no major storms the next couple days.

Cold wintry weather is ahead with snow showers and minor accumulations for Friday during the day and night. More snow showers with under an inch is expected on Saturday with temperatures remaining below freezing.

Looking ahead to Sunday, we finally will see temperatures turn milder and make a run towards 40 Sunday afternoon and melt some of that ice.

Stay tuned to News10NBC as we are tracking our next storm threat Monday into Tuesday of next week with a wintry mix expected.


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