Regional Forecast – Southern Tier (10/26/21)

Regional Forecast - Southern Tier

Rain rain go away! Today is quite the rainy day across the Twin Tiers. This rain is associated with a developing Nor’easter that is off the East Coast. An area of low pressure that moved eastward from the Midwest and another area of low pressure that moved northward from the South are merging while combining their energy to produce this Nor’easter. For us here in the Twin Tiers, we will deal with a rainy Tuesday as rain rotates around the developing Nor’easter. It may also be windy at times with winds upwards of 20 to 25 MPH. Due to the rain, clouds, and also northwest flow bringing in cooler air, temperatures will actually decrease as the day progresses. Our high for the day actually happened earlier today. Overnight, we deal with some lingering showers early but will dry out as the overnight hours go by. Lows tonight sit into the upper 40s. Drier weather returns for Wednesday as an area of high pressure moves into the region. This will allow for some breaks in the cloud cover and also drier conditions. Temperatures on Wednesday rise into the upper 50s.

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