AVERAGE HIGH FOR NOVEMBER 11TH: 51°
AVERAGE LOW FOR NOVEMBER 11TH: 31°
SUNDAY SUNRISE: 6:52 AM
SUNDAY SUNSET: 4:50 PM
We woke up to some coatings of snow across the Twin Tiers this morning with lake-effect snow showers continuing into the afternoon. Temperatures struggled to get out of the mid 30s and the breezy conditions with winds out of the west helped make it feel like the lower 20s.
Tonight we see gusty winds continue out of the west 5-10MPH with gusts to 30MPH at times. Partly cloudy conditions will develop overnight with lows near the mid to upper 20s – but wind chill values will be stuck near 20 degrees. Sunday partly sunny conditions remain with winds weakening out th the south west. A chance of a stray flurry still possible – otherwise mainly dry with high temperatures near 40 degrees.
Most staying dry Monday, but chance for showers increases overnight. Low pressure moving up the coast into Tuesday bringing both rain and snow to the region. Placement of this system will play big role in how much and which type of precipitation the Twin Tiers will see. This track and amounts of either rain or snow will be fine tuned in the coming days – right now the current track brings a mix of rain and snow to the Twin Tiers but is trending on the warmer side. This is not looking to be a major snow event for two reasons. One being the rapid speed of the system and secondly the main bulk of precipitation will occur during the day hours. With it still being early November – the daytime surface temperatures are still marginal for snow accumulation.
SUNDAY: SUN & CLOUDS. STRAY FLURRY POSSIBLE.
SUNDAY NIGHT: CLOUDS INCREASE. COLD.
MONDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE PM SHOWERS.
HIGH: 46 LOW: 34
TUESDAY: CLOUDY. RAIN/SNOW LIKELY.
HIGH: 40 LOW: 23
WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE FLURRIES.
HIGH: 31 LOW: 18
THURSDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 38 LOW: 27
FRIDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY.
HIGH: 42 LOW: 28
SATURDAY: CLOUDY. CHANCE OF FLAKES/DROPS.
HIGH: 40 LOW: 24
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