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ALERT DAY Wednesday Morning - Very cold air

Tracking Thursday's snow

Sub-zero stats

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CURRENT CONDITIONS

Rochester

Clear

6°

10° | -10°

Increasing clouds. Rising temperatures

Feels like: 6°
Pressure: 30.41"
Wind: 0mph
Sky: Clear
Humidity: 53%
Ceiling: Unl
Dewpoint: -8° F
Visibility: 10

Today's Video Forecast

Hourly Forecast
4:00 PM
P Cloudy
4°
6:00 PM
M Cloudy
4°
8:00 PM
Cloudy
6°
10:00 PM
Cloudy
8°
12:00 AM
Cloudy
10°
2:00 AM
Cloudy
14°
4:00 AM
Cloudy
18°
Hourly Forecast
4:00 PM
P Cloudy
4°
6:00 PM
M Cloudy
4°
8:00 PM
Cloudy
6°
10:00 PM
Cloudy
8°
12:00 AM
Cloudy
10°
2:00 AM
Cloudy
14°
7-Day Forecast
More sun than clouds
Wednesday
Hi: 10° | Lo: -10°
Wind: W at 12mph
Today: ALERT DAY: Clear skies but cold. Wind chill values nearing -15 to -25 during the morning. Tonight: Increasing clouds. Rising temperatures
Periods of snow early
Thursday
Hi: 28° | Lo: 9°
Wind: SSE at 11mph
Chance for light snow early. Snow accumulation around 1-2 inches.
Snow showers
Friday
Hi: 30° | Lo: 12°
Wind: SSW at 13mph
Cloudy with light snow for the afternoon and evening.
Cloudy
Saturday
Hi: 20° | Lo: -3°
Wind: NW at 10mph
Chance for light snow and blowing snow. Falling temperatures. Minor travel impacts possible.
Mainly sunny
Sunday
Hi: 7° | Lo: -7°
Wind: NW at 11mph
Mostly sunny and cold.
Mix of sun and clouds
Monday
Hi: 17° | Lo: -2°
Wind: WSW at 10mph
Partly cloudy. A few snow showers possible.
Mix of sun and clouds
Tuesday
Hi: 17° | Lo: 5°
Wind: W at 11mph
Mix of sun and clouds.
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ALERT DAY: Wednesday morning. Bitter cold.

An ALERT DAY will continue for this morning, as temperatures will tumble well below-zero once again, with wind chills in the -20° range, maybe a bit colder, before daybreak. 

Temperatures will rise quickly to 10 this afternoon, and will continue to go up throughout the overnight hours, into Thursday morning. We are back in the upper 20s to the lower 30s Thursday for highs, with these numbers carrying over into Friday as well.

We have a few snow chances on the way, with the first moving through Thursday morning, and out by the afternoon. Not a lot of snow is expected, an inch, maybe two with this weak system. The next round moves in Friday afternoon, and out by daybreak Saturday. Like the first, not a lot of snow is expected, 1-2", however the wind will be stirring things up, meaning blowing snow and minor travel impacts will be possible. 

The breeze out of the north will also tumble temps all-day Saturday, going sub-zero by the evening, with the cold air lasting through Sunday and into Monday morning. 

Stay warm & safe everyone!
--ABC 6 First Alert Morning Meteorologist Jim Peterson

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