Cold moves in with snow flurries Thursday

The end has come. At least for the foreseeable future. Arctic air is starting to approach from the west as a cold front moves through the Finger Lakes.Temperatures are already falling back through the 40s, and by this afternoon, most of the area will be in the upper 30s- territory we will get very used to over the next week or two.Besides some clouds and a few spritz of rain early this morning along the front, it was at least a bit sunny today. That sun should helped stall our dropping temperatures until after midday.The cold will win out though as temperatures drop to around 30º overnight. Some limited lake effect snow will start to form with flurries mostly across the southern part of the region. There will be a better chance for flurries and squalls across the rest of the Finger Lakes tomorrow as a disturbance enhances the lake effect. Only minor accumulations are expected.The cold shows no signs of letting up- highs in the 30s will be commonplace well into next week.For the latest local forecast and live radar images visit the FingerLakes1.com FingerLakes1.com Local Weather Center.

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