(WWTI/WSYR) -- Bitterly cold air will have a firm grip for the next 24-48 hours. Consequently, high temperatures will stay in the single digits today with wind chill temperatures below zero.
Expect very cold air to persist tomorrow with some lake effect snow showers and flurries possible. By Friday, two areas of low pressure, one to our south and one farther north, will move east. The southern system and the one that has more moisture, looks to stay south of the region while the northern system, one with less moisture, looks to impact the region with some light snow showers. After a chilly Saturday, temperatures look to begin to moderate Sunday and especially early next week.