From Your Weather Authority....
March 2013 is now the 8th Snowiest March on Record at the Erie International Airport: 25.4" of Snow. #1 is 33.9" set back in 2008. Now to some weather
A wave of low pressure is going to move through the area over night tonight, however, the wave will be working with limited moisture. Because of this, not much in the way of snow accumulation is going to occur. Generally, places near the city and lake shore are only going to receive about an inch of snow, whilst the places in the Snowbelt area could pick upwards of about 1-3 inches. Temperatures are still going to stay a little bit on the cooler side as a high pressure stays in place over the area for the next couple of days, but this is going to allow for the skies to clear out and a calm weather pattern to be in the area these next few days.
Meteorologist Tom Atkins, 5:54 PM
***LAKE ERIE WATER TEMPERATURE: 35 DEGREES***
Monday Erie Precipitation: 0.05" (normal 0.11"), Precip. this season: 9.16" (normal 8.40")
Monday Erie Snowfall: T (normal 0.2"), Snowfall since March 1: 25.4" (normal 11.5"), Snowfall This season: 104.7" (normal 97.9").
Sunrise: Wednesday: 7:24 AM EDT Sunset: 7:47 PM EST Daylight 12 Hours 23 Minutes
Mostly cloudy with snow showers in the area. Around an inch near the lake, 1-3 inches along the Snowbelt.
LOW: 25 Erie..20-24 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: W 12-25
Mostly cloudy in the morning with a few lingering snow showers possible before noon, then decreasing clouds throughout the afternoon.
HIGH: 35 Erie...35 Inland
WINDS: 15-20 G30
Mostly cloudy with some snow showers possible overnight.
LOW: 25 Erie...21 Inland
WINDS: NW 15-20 G30