AVERAGE HIGH FOR NOVEMBER 10th: 51°
AVERAGE LOW FOR NOVEMBER 10th: 31°
TUESDAY SUNRISE: 6:31 AM
TUESDAY SUNSET: 4:50 PM
Noon Update: The majority of the forecast remains on track. Due to the amount of sunshine and limited cloud cover, high temperatures have been bumped up slightly. The movement of the approaching frontal system has slowed down, because of this it looks like arrival time for rainfall looks to be late morning. Rainfall accumulation looks to be between 0.25-0.50″, isolated amounts closer to 0.75″ will be possible. The highest amounts will be based on where the heavy rain bands set up.
Another chilly start to the day across valley locations this morning. We are also seeing low visibility due to dense fog; make sure to take it on the slow side to get where you need to be this morning. Fog will lift through the morning hours and we will see some clouds linger throughout the day. Although a chilly start, we will once again see above-average temperatures as highs reach into the low to mid-70s. The warm temperatures will be thanks to a warm south/southwest breeze at 5-15 mph combined with some sunshine. Clouds will begin to increase overnight and an isolated shower is possible before daybreak. Lows in the mid to upper 50s.
A cold front passage Wednesday will bring the return of rain to the Twin Tiers. Steady light rain will arrive by mid to late morning Wednesday. The majority of the rainfall will be light, but pockets of moderate to heavy rainfall will be possible. On average we are anticipating between 0.25-0.50″ of rain, isolated higher amounts possible. Flooding will not be a major concern, but poor drainage areas that are prone to flooding should be monitored. Highs will near 70 degrees. Shower activity will taper off Wednesday night and lows will be near 40 degrees.
High pressure will begin to build back end for the end of the week and start of the weekend. Cloud cover will gradually clear on Thursday leading to some sunshine by the afternoon. Mid to high-level clouds of Friday will produce filtered sunshine. It will be a dry and partly sunny start to the weekend before shower chances return for Sunday. Light showers will be around for the entire day Sunday and it lingers into Monday. Highs will be in the low to mid-50s.
TUESDAY: PARTLY SUNNY, WARM
TUESDAY NIGHT: CLOUDS INCREASE, ISOLATED SHOWER LATE
WEDNESDAY: CLOUDY, STEADY RAIN, POCKETS OF MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL
HIGH: 69 LOW: 41
THURSDAY: GRADUAL CLEARING
HIGH: 54 LOW: 41
FRIDAY: FILTERED SUNSHINE
HIGH: 59 LOW: 30
SATURDAY: MOSTLY TO PARTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 50 LOW: 34
SUNDAY: CLOUDY, CHANCE SHOWERS
HIGH: 56 LOW: 42
MONDAY: WINDY, MOSTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE SHOWERS
HIGH: 55 LOW: 34
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