Rain, wind, snow on tap; sunny Sunday to follow

Hazardous weather, gusty winds, chance of snow expected in St. Lawrence County this weekend

It'll be cloudy today with scattered rain and show showers throughout the day. Highs in the low 40s and lows in the low 30s. Lowest temperatures of 1 to 4 degrees in light winds. Strong to locally damaging wind gusts can not be ruled out, if the necessary parameters are in place. This weather setup will lead to a strong southerly wind Saturday evening into Sunday morning.

There is a potential of some showers depending on how close a center of low pressure sets up near the coast, and how it combines with some energy moving in from the northwest.

Temperatures will fall into the 40s throughout the day. This will keep rain and snow going Sunday morning but it should help shut it off for most areas away from mountains by early afternoon.

Winds diminishing under clear conditions Friday night will allow temperatures to drop quickly into the low 30s to upper 20s in interior MA. The low will continue to influence weather through Sunday, but with the passing of a cold front, temperatures will drop near freezing, meaning the chance of snow is back.

Hazardous weather, gusty winds, chance of snow expected in St. Lawrence County this weekend
NBC5 Forecast: Strong cold front coming this weekend

Friday's weather forecast on the Greater Red Bank Green includes lots of sunshine as well as wind, with gusts reaching around 36 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service.

SATURDAY: Rain showers and thunderstorms are likely for late Saturday, as a strong cold front moves across Kentucky.

Saturday: Areas of fog before 10 a.m. Highs will struggle to make it into the mid 30s. Among the "big three" models, the American model is dry, the Canadian model is mostly dry, and the European model is wetter.

Thursday: Partly sunny, high near 40. Friday continues dry with more clouds, as the next system approaches.