Raw, bitter cold returns to FLX tonight

Temperatures will reach “balmy” levels on Wednesday as highs creep into the low 20s! Hey, that isn’t too bad compared to where we have been, and where we are heading once again. Another arctic cold front will cross the region tonight. Most areas may see little to no snow from this front, while others southeast of Lake Ontario may see several inches of lake effect.Areas further south and east and more likely to see the squall as it lifts northeast from Pennsylvania. The timing of this squall should be from the late afternoon into the evening hours. After 9pm, the squall will weaken and dissipate east of I-81.Cold, windy conditions will move back in behind the front for Thursday and Friday. High temperatures both days will mostly be stuck in the single digits with sub-zero wind chills. Wind chills of -20º to -30º are likely Thursday night. Photo by Rachel BurkholderTemperatures may briefly moderate again this weekend, but more widespread precipitation will accompany any warmer weather.For the latest local forecast and live radar images visit the FingerLakes1.com FingerLakes1.com Local Weather Center.

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