AVERAGE HIGH FOR NOVEMBER 10TH: 51°
AVERAGE LOW FOR NOVEMBER 10TH: 31°
SATURDAY SUNRISE: 6:51 AM
SATURDAY SUNSET: 4:51 PM
Warm air advection Friday evening, with temperatures to near 40 degrees. This allowing for mainly rain into the night, but a wintry mix is possible in higher elevations of the Southern Tier. Steady precipitation tapers to showers late. Lingering rainfall transitions to snow into the predawn hours with temperatures cooling to near freezing.
Low pressure moves out, but a strong westerly wind continues Saturday. Sustained winds of 10-20 mph, and gusts of 30 mph or more possible at times. Winds set us up for lake-effect snow showers, best placement in the western and northern parts of the Southern Tier. Light accumulations possible. Main concern Saturday being the strong winds dropping our wind chill temperatures. While highs reach into the mid to upper 30s, wind chill temperatures will be in the 20s and teens at times. Lows Saturday night in the low to mid 20s, and flurries still possible.
Winds not as strong for Sunday, and out of the southwest. This should place any lake-effect to the far west and north of the Twin Tiers. Still, a flurry can’t be completely ruled out. Highs Sunday approaching 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.
SATURDAY: CHANCE SHOWERS LINGERS. BREAKS IN CLOUD COVER
SATURDAY NIGHT: FLAKES MAY LINGER. PARTLY CLOUDY
SUNDAY: SUN & CLOUDS. STRAY FLURRY POSSIBLE
HIGH: 39 LOW: 25
MONDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE PM SHOWERS
HIGH: 45 LOW: 32
TUESDAY: CLOUDY. RAIN/SNOW LIKELY
HIGH: 40 LOW: 24
WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS LINGERS
HIGH: 33 LOW: 19
THURSDAY: PARTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 39 LOW: 24
FRIDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE FLAKES/DROPS
HIGH: 42 LOW: 28
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