Forecast Discussion 2/21/19 AM: Gradual clearing with warmer temperatures for Thursday

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AVERAGE HIGH FOR FEBRUARY 21TH: 37°

AVERAGE LOW FOR FEBRUARY 21TH: 17°

THURSDAY SUNRISE: 6:55 AM    

THURSDAY SUNSET: 5:47 PM

Both low-pressure systems track northeast and lingering showers are certainly possible early Thursday. Waking up to possible ice on cars and roads for the morning commute. Clouds will begin to break apart, allowing some sunshine to peek through. Winds will be breezy out of the west, anywhere from 5-15 mph. Winds may gust upwards of 20-25 mph at times as a cold front sweeps through the area. High temperatures top out slightly above average, in the low to mid-40s.

The weather pattern looks to stay mainly dry overnight with skies partly to mostly cloudy. A few isolated flurries are possible towards the Finger Lakes. Overnight lows drop to the mid to upper-20s. Winds will shift out of the northwest, anywhere from 5-10 mph.

Lingering flurries possible into early Friday, then high pressure builds over the region. Staying dry through most of Saturday before clouds cover increases ahead of the next storm system late Saturday night. The chance for rain increases Saturday evening into Sunday. Rain likely on Sunday, which may be heavy at times. Temperatures above average through the weekend with highs Saturday into the 40s and highs Sunday into the 50s.

THURSDAY: SHOWERS MAY LINGER. CLOUDY TO PARTLY SUNNY. DRY AFTERNOON.

HIGH: 44 

THURSDAY NIGHT: PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY. ISOLATED FLURRIES POSSIBLE.

LOW: 25

FRIDAY: BREAKS OF SUNSHINE.

HIGH: 40   LOW: 22

SATURDAY: INCREASING CLOUDS.

HIGH: 44  LOW: 36

SUNDAY: CLOUDY. RAIN LIKELY & WINDY. 

HIGH: 52   LOW: 30

MONDAY: CLOUDY. EARLY SHOWERS MAY LINGER

HIGH: 36   LOW: 15

TUESDAY: SUN & CLOUDS

HIGH: 35    LOW: 24

WEDNESDAY: CLOUDY. CHANCE RAIN/SNOW

HIGH: 39   LOW: 26

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