The weather Tuesday evening is looking dry, but there is a chance for some snow squalls Wednesday morning.
Evening Weather Forecast: February 14 transcript
This is Finger Lakes Weather meteorologist Drew Montreuil with your Tuesday evening weather forecast update for February 14th, 2017.
After a beautiful, sun-filled and mild day, clouds have moved back into the Finger Lakes this evening as a new storm system approaches from the northwest. Radars to the north and west are mostly devoid of precipitation, so conditions should remain mostly dry this evening.
After midnight, some rain and snow showers will start to move in. There is a slight chance for a heavier burst of snow in time for the morning commute Wednesday. Snow showers and squalls will continue off and on through the day before consolidating southeast of the Great Lakes Wednesday night and Thursday.
So, for tonight, expect clouds and maybe a few breaks of moonlight. Temperatures this evening will drop back into the mid 30s. Showers and flurries will move in after midnight. Temperatures will hold steady in the low 30s through Wednesday, with more snow showers and possibly a few stronger bursts of snow.
Check back in the morning for more details on exactly what areas may see lake snows Wednesday night and Thursday. Have a wonderful evening!