Cattaraugus County/Little Valley, NY: Valid Friday, February 5,
2015 2 p.m.
There a few more days of warmer-than-average weather in the
forecast; after a brief snowfall hit the region Friday morning,
conditions should be mostly dry and snow-free through this
weekend, with high temperatures slightly above the freezing mark
through the weekend into Monday.
Around Monday night, a pattern change begins to set in; it will
begin with some rain or perhaps mixed precipitation, which will
then turn to snow as a cold front moves in on Tuesday.
Temperatures will get progressively colder over the course of the
week, to the point that by next weekend, temperatures will likely
reach in the mid-teens, and that is generous. (Note that the
longer-range models are not entirely in agreement regarding the
exact extent of the cold, and there seem to be indications that by
the middle of next week, the region will be back under warmer
air.) There will also be a strong likelihood for lake-effect snow
during much of this coming week.
Please see http://www.facebook.com/littlevalleyny
for weekly summary forecasts. Updates on the situation will be
posted in those places.
High: 31—>32; Low: 13