Cold Christmas; lake effect snow ending

NOW: Cold Christmas; lake effect snow ending

Remaining winter weather and wind chill advisories will end at 10 a.m. Christmas morning. That being said - roads are still messy and it is very cold throughout today.

First thing this morning, be careful that roads and sidewalks are once again very icy. Lake effect snow should finally taper off later this morning.

There may be some periods of blowing and drifting snow, with wind gusts up to 25 mph.

Clouds will try to break a bit by afternoon, which could help temperatures climb into the mid teens.

Late tonight, there is another brief system that will bring some snow into Monday morning. Snow totals look low.

Temperatures still feel cool Monday and Tuesday, but temperatures continue to warm nicely through the end of the week.

With above normal temperatures, there is a chance for rain showers Thursday night that lingers into Friday and New Years Eve Saturday.

Christmas Day Sunday: Cold. Showers ending in the morning. Wind gusts up to 25 mph. High 14.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cold. Snow showers late. Low 9.

Monday: Snow showers. High 22.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. High 27.

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