AVERAGE HIGH FOR DECEMBER 5TH: 40°
AVERAGE LOW FOR DECEMBER 5TH: 24°
SUNDAY’S SUNRISE: 7:20 AM
SUNDAY’S SUNSET: 4:36 PM
Wind Advisory in effect for portions of the Twin Tiers from 10 PM EST Sunday to 7 PM EST Monday..
Waking up to a dry Sunday morning with passing lake-effect clouds. Weather remains dry as a high pressure system lingers around the Twin Tiers. High temperatures will reach the low 40’s. A strong warm front to the southwest could bring southerly winds with speeds of 20 to 30 MPH tonight. Some winds may gust up as high as 50 MPH. A slight chance of rain is also possible tonight as the warm front moves closer to the region. Lows drop down to the mid 30’s with wind chill temperatures as low as the upper 20’s.
Monday, a chance of rain across the Twin Tiers, with spotty showers in the morning and scattered showers in the afternoon. A strong cold front could bring moderate to heavy rainfall with accumulations up to 0.2 of an inch. High temperatures in the low 50’s. Monday night, a chance of spotty snow showers is likely as the cold front moves out of the region and temperatures rapidly drop. Lows drop down to the upper 20’s.
Tuesday starts with spotty snow showers in the morning, and then passing clouds in the afternoon. Snow returns late Tuesday night as another frontal system moves through the area. Wednesday, moderate snowfall is likely with accumulations as high as 2 inches. Thursday, mostly cloudy with light snow showers possible overnight. Friday, cloud cover builds up and temperatures rise as another strong warm front move through the area, which could lead to significant rainfall on Saturday. Highs remain in the 30’s for most of the week.
SUNDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY, BREEZY
HIGH: 41 LOW: 37
MONDAY: CHANCE OF RAIN, WARM AND BREEZY
HIGH: 53 LOW: 28
TUESDAY: CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS EARLY AND LATE
HIGH: 35 LOW: 25
WEDNESDAY: CHANCE OF SNOW
HIGH: 33 LOW: 20
THURSDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW LATE
HIGH: 34 LOW: 25
FRIDAY: INCREASING CLOUDS
HIGH: 43 LOW: 34
SATURDAY: CHANCE OF RAIN
HIGH: 51 LOW: 35