Wind chill advisory follows today’s snowstorm

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 2 February 2015 at 12:00 am

Photo by Tom Rivers

ALBION – The front steps of the Orleans County Courthouse may have been shoveled today, but they show signs of a wintry blast that hit the county.

After more than a foot of snow fell in Orleans County, the area will see temperatures drop to -2 below tonight, the National Weather Service advised. A wind chill advisory remains in effect for Orleans and several other Western New York counties until 10 a.m. on Tuesday.

The temperatures are forecast to reach a high of 19 on Tuesday, with a high of 29 on Wednesday and a low of 9 degrees. Thursday will be cold with a high of 13 and temperatures falling to -6, the Weather Service said.

Snow showers are in the forecast for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.