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What you need to know: Next round of snow and potential record cold

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Posted at 2:53 PM, Nov 08, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-08 14:53:14-05

What to expect as temperatures tumble into the 20s and teens into next week. Here's how it takes place:

SATURDAY:
MORNING: Cold start with some limited lake effect snow showers near the Metro area.
AFTERNOON: Cloudy cool and breezy. Highs in the upper 40s. SW winds 15-20mph. Gusts near 30mph.
EVENING: Some clearing, temps in the 30s, still breezy.

SUNDAY:
MORNING: Potential for morning mixed precipitation.
AFTERNOON: Lake rain showers and breezy. Highs in the mid-40s. SW winds 15 mph, gusts near 30.
EVENING: Lake rain showers continue and shift south.

MONDAY:
MORNING: Mixed precipitation for AM commute as temperatures drop.
AFTERNOON: Snow showers across the region.
EVENING: Accumulating snow for WNY. Temperatures begin to fall into the 20s.

TUESDAY:
MORNING: Cold with snow. Temps in the 20s with wind chills in the teens.
AFTERNOON: Wind chills remain in the teens. Snow Showers.
EVENING: Getting into the coldest air of the season. Temps falling into teens. Wind Chills in the single digits. Lake effect snow showers.

WEDNESDAY:
MORNING: Very cold start in the teens. Limited lake effect snow showers
AFTERNOON: Temps in the upper 20s.
EVENING: Drying out and cold. Temps in the mid/lower 20s.

Some Record Low numbers into next week:
Monday, November 11th record low: 19F, 2017
Tuesday, November 12th record low: 22F, 1921
Wednesday, November 13th record low: 16F, 1986