AVERAGE HIGH FOR DECEMBER 10TH: 39°
AVERAGE LOW FOR DECEMBER 10TH : 23°
MONDAY SUNRISE: 7:24 AM
MONDAY SUNSET: 4:35 PM
Wake up temperatures begin in the teens and 20s to start the work week. High temperatures will ride to the mid-30s this afternoon. A cold front sags over the northeastern region, keeping the stubborn cloud cover in the forecast, especially for the Twin Tiers and northward. The frontal boundary will dip into northern New York and will track into the Finger Lakes. Some sunshine will peek through during the afternoon hours with winds staying light, out of the north, anywhere from 5-10 mph. This cold front will keep the weather pattern chilly but quiet for Monday with a cold night to follow.
Overnight lows drop to the upper-teens to lower-20s under partly cloudy skies. Winds will stay light but shift out of the southwest. Conditions stay cold but dry heading into Tuesday morning.
The chance to see some flurries are possible Tuesday evening as a cold front slides through, otherwise, the weather pattern remains cold but quiet through Wednesday. Highs will range in the mid-30s. Temperatures will trend a bit warmer than average by Thursday and Friday with high temperatures in the low to mid-40s. A storm system will slide into the northeastern region from the south, bringing warmer moist air along with rain showers Friday night into Saturday. Skies will stay mostly cloudy with rainfall amounts Friday through Saturday around an inch for most locations of the Twin Tiers. High temperatures for the weekend will stay warmer than normal, with highs in the mid-40s. Some sunshine is expected to return for Sunday.
MONDAY: STUBBORN CLOUDS. PARTLY SUNNY. MAINLY DRY
MONDAY NIGHT: COLD NIGHT. PARTLY CLOUDY
TUESDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. P.M. FLURRIES
HIGH: 35 LOW: 21
WEDNESDAY: PARTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 34 LOW: 20
THURSDAY: PARTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 39 LOW: 29
FRIDAY: INCREASING CLOUDS IN AFTERNOON. P.M. RAIN SHOWERS.
HIGH: 45 LOW: 35
SATURDAY: SHOWERS LINGER EARLY. DRY AFTERNOON.
HIGH: 46 LOW: 32
SUNDAY: PARTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 47 LOW: 27
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