Wild weekend weather to feature wet, windy, warm conditions

Wild weekend weather to feature wet, windy, warm conditions

Wild weekend weather to feature wet, windy, warm conditions

Friday night: A 20 percent chance of showers before 10 p.m. The wind advisory may end up being extended for Providence and inland areas, we will keep you updated.

A strong system moving in from the Ohio Valley will provide a variation of weather this weekend.

Once the cold front clears the area, a few things will happen: the rain should shut off, the clouds will begin to clear, the winds will shift from the west, and temperatures will begin to fall. Friday was windy and wintry, with scattered snow showers. A couple inches of snow are possible. The HIGH WIND WATCH will go into effect Saturday night, as strong downsloping wind continue through Sunday and could gust higher than 80mph along the Rocky Mountain Front.

A Lakeshore Flood Watch has been issued for Northern Cayuga, Jefferson, Oswego and Wayne counties starting late Saturday night and continuing through Sunday night.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures will be around, with a low temperature of 33 degrees.

The strong winds are expected to arrive overnight with winds gusting out of the southwest along the southern coastline of New England between 40 to 50 miles per hour. It'll be partly cloudy at night with isolated snow showers in the evening and lows of 12 to 20 degrees. West wind around 11 miles per hour.

5 P.M. Saturday - Showers become more widespread in western CT.

We can also expect periods of rain with embedded heavy downpours.

Sunday will usher in a mild and quiet weather week ahead.

Get your boots, jackets and umbrellas: Rain and potentially risky winds are expected in the tri-state this weekend, Storm Team 4 says.

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