Mainers should be prepared for a little bit of nearly everything over the next couple of days, which the National Weather Service says will be bring rain, snow, ice jams, rising temperatures, fall temperatures, rising rivers and coastal flooding. Temperatures have dipped into the 20s from highs in the 60's on Thursday.
The cold returns in force Saturday night when a low of 11 is predicted along with wind chills as low as 0. "I am urging all New Yorkers to stay tuned-in to local weather reports and prepare for potential flooding that may result from warm temperatures and freezing rain expected through the weekend".
New ice accumulation tonight could be less than a tenth of an inch in the Sunbury area tonight, the agency added.
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 38. Temperatures are expected to hit highs near 60 degrees or higher, with breezy conditions with a south wind 14 to 21 miles per hour, complimented by gusts as high as 31 miles per hour.
Because of this change in weather, the National Weather Service has also declared a winter weather advisory beginning at 7 p.m. The overnight low is expected to be near 23.
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Thursday brought freezing rain and snow to Lawrence, and road conditions led to two single-vehicle rollover accidents Thursday morning, according to Sgt. Kristen Channel of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
ESTIMATED RAINFALL. Up to 2.75 inches. Temperatures are expected to remain freezing until Sunday across the region.
According to a press release from the Ithaca Fire Department, City of Ithaca Officials are keeping an eye on the area waterways and reminding Ithaca residents to be prepared.
"Things probably will improve some, you know with road crews out and that kind of thing, especially on the major highways. Right now, rainfall looks to be between 1"-3" with some areas seeing more than 3" by Friday night. That means driving conditions will be far from ideal.
KYTC encourages motorists to closely watch weather forecasts as the storm arrives.