With a winter weather advisory in effect, additional snow accumulations up to 2 inches are possible. This is mainly for northern parts of the Binghamton area. Areas south of the Finger Lakes could see a mix of freezing rain and sleet due to warmer air aloft. Ice accumulations in those areas could reach up to a tenth of an inch. Showers move out quickly this afternoon as wind speeds across the region kick up to 15 mph. The snow this morning could likely melt mid-afternoon as temperatures reach the mid 30’s.
Skies remain cloudy overnight, but conditions are less active and less breezy. A quiet night overall. Lows drop to the upper 20’s.
A slight chance of rain and snow early in the afternoon as a weak cold front moves through the region. The cold front could be strong enough to produce a drizzle or a flurry depending on elevation. Highs reach the low 40’s. Overnight, drying out as high pressure builds into the Binghamton area. Lows in the mid 20’s.
Starting off the workweek with broken clouds and a few peeks of sunshine on Monday afternoon. A chance of showers Monday night as a stronger cold front moves through the region. Widespread rain and snow showers are expected until Tuesday night. Staying dry for the rest of the week, but also cloudy and breezy. High temperatures range from the upper 20’s to the upper 30’s all week.
SATURDAY: CLOUDY WITH A STRAY SHOWER, BREEZY
HIGH: 36 LOW: 28
SUNDAY: CLOUDY, SLIGHT CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW
HIGH: 40 LOW: 27
MONDAY: LATE-DAY SHOWERS
HIGH: 38 LOW: 26
TUESDAY: CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW, BREEZY
HIGH: 28 LOW: 21
WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY, BREEZY
HIGH: 28 LOW: 23
THURSDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY, BREEZY
HIGH: 30 LOW: 22
HIGH: 34 LOW: 20
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