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Highs today will feel much warmer with clouds mixing in with mostly sunny sky. Expecting temperatures to rise into the upper 80s this afternoon, potentially record breaking. The last record was set in 2007 at 89 degrees, today we could either tie or break that by the end of this Friday. Tonight clear sky remains with mild lows in the upper 50s. 

Some thunderstorms and showers are possible this weekend, but it does not look to be a complete wash out. Sunshine returns Saturday with temperatures trending into the upper 80s. Humidity will also be on the rise through the afternoon. Late day a weak cold front to our north will approach, bringing a slight chance for thunderstorms late day and early evening. As that same cold front sits in our region through Sunday, more showers and storms are likely with cloudy sky and highs near 83. 

Memorial Day features cloudy sky and the chance for a few more showers and storms. Temperatures look to stay in the low 80s, still above average for this time of year. Sunshine moves back into the area as high pressure builds up Tuesday and Wednesday with highs sitting in the low to mid 80s. 

Thursday showers and thunderstorms are possible with highs near 81 degrees. 

Have a great day and weekend!

- Ally

 

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and warm.  The 5 Degree Guarantee 88.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Clear and mild. Low: 59. 

SATURDAY: Partly sunny and warm with a thunderstorm possible late.  High: 88.

SUNDAY: Warm and humid with scattered thunderstorms.  High: 83.

MEMORIAL DAY: Mostly cloudy with a few thunderstorms. High: 81.

TUESDAY:  Partly sunny.  High: 82.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny.  High: 85.

THURSDAY:  Increasing clouds with scattered thunderstorms.  High: 81.

8-Day Forecast: New York

Friday
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  • 89°
  • 59°

Mostly sunny and warmer

Saturday
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  • 88°
  • 63°

Partly sunny with a t-storm

Sunday
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  • 83°
  • 62°

Warm and humid with t-storms

Monday
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  • 81°
  • 60°

Mostly cloudy with sct. t-storms

Tuesday
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  • 82°
  • 57°

Partly sunny

Wednesday
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  • 85°
  • 59°

Mostly sunny

Thursday
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  • 81°
  • 57°

Increasing clouds with t-storms

Friday
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  • 61°

Mostly cloudy with showers

Currently in New York as of

  • 85°(Feels like 85°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: @ mph
  • Barometer: 29.9 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:31:08 am
  • Sunset: 08:15:15 pm
  • Humidity: 31
  • Visibility: 9 mi.
  • UV Index: 2

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    Thunderstorms Possible Thursday

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    Another Gorgeous Day!

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    Expect More Sun & A Spotty Shower

    Tuesday, May 8 2018 4:13 AM EDT2018-05-08 08:13:28 GMT
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    Mild Temperatures Tuesday

    Monday, May 7 2018 4:50 PM EDT2018-05-07 20:50:43 GMT
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    Brightening through the Day

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    Keep the Umbrellas Handy Today

    Sunday, May 6 2018 6:50 AM EDT2018-05-06 10:50:44 GMT
    Scattered showers and a few heavier downpours will be around for us today so make sure to keep those umbrellas handy until tonight. As for the upcoming week, we're looking at mostly sunny conditions Monday through Wednesday!
    Scattered showers and a few heavier downpours will be around for us today so make sure to keep those umbrellas handy until tonight. As for the upcoming week, we're looking at mostly sunny conditions Monday through Wednesday!
  • A Sunny Cinco De Mayo!

    A Sunny Cinco De Mayo!

    Saturday, May 5 2018 6:38 AM EDT2018-05-05 10:38:43 GMT
    The weather is shaping up great for this Cinco De Mayo Saturday! There will be plenty of sunshine across the Tiers today, with high temperatures getting into the mid and upper 70s.
    The weather is shaping up great for this Cinco De Mayo Saturday! There will be plenty of sunshine across the Tiers today, with high temperatures getting into the mid and upper 70s.
  • SPC Upgrades to Enhanced Risk

    SPC Upgrades to Enhanced Risk

    Friday, May 4 2018 10:32 AM EDT2018-05-04 14:32:32 GMT
    The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded the Finger Lakes and the Southern Tier from a Slight to an Enhanced for risk level. Enhanced is a 3 out of 5 for the likelihood of severe thunderstorms. Storms ahead of the approaching cold front may be strong to severe through the afternoon. Some can contain heavy rain, damaging winds, hail and isolated tornado formation. The Northern Tier still is at a 2 out of 5, or Slight Risk Level, with primary threats of gusty wi...
    The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded the Finger Lakes and the Southern Tier from a Slight to an Enhanced for risk level. Enhanced is a 3 out of 5 for the likelihood of severe thunderstorms. Storms ahead of the approaching cold front may be strong to severe through the afternoon. Some can contain heavy rain, damaging winds, hail and isolated tornado formation. The Northern Tier still is at a 2 out of 5, or Slight Risk Level, with primary threats of gusty wi...
  • Wind Advisory Friday Night

    Wind Advisory Friday Night

    Friday, May 4 2018 5:11 AM EDT2018-05-04 09:11:37 GMT
    A Wind Advisory will go into effect at 5PM this evening and will last until 2AM tonight for Steuben, Seneca, Yates, Tompkins, and Schuyler counties. Scattered thunderstorms are possible during this time frame, that may be strong at times. Strong to severe thunderstorms may result in damaging wind gusts as high as 45 MPH that may blow around unsecured objects, down power lines, trees or branches that may result in scattered power outages.  
    A Wind Advisory will go into effect at 5PM this evening and will last until 2AM tonight for Steuben, Seneca, Yates, Tompkins, and Schuyler counties. Scattered thunderstorms are possible during this time frame, that may be strong at times. Strong to severe thunderstorms may result in damaging wind gusts as high as 45 MPH that may blow around unsecured objects, down power lines, trees or branches that may result in scattered power outages.  
  • Possible Thunderstorms Today

    Possible Thunderstorms Today

    Thursday, May 3 2018 4:29 AM EDT2018-05-03 08:29:04 GMT
    Throughout the day today, peeks of hazy sun will make way to scattered showers at times. Some showers embedded within the cells may contain thunder and lightning. The Storm Prediction Center has the area under a slight risk for severe activity (a 2 on a scale of 1-5). Some thunderstorms may be stronger than others. Expected heavier rain, higher rainfall amounts, the chance of small hail and breezy winds in the strongest storms. Activity will be very scattered today ahead of a col...
    Throughout the day today, peeks of hazy sun will make way to scattered showers at times. Some showers embedded within the cells may contain thunder and lightning. The Storm Prediction Center has the area under a slight risk for severe activity (a 2 on a scale of 1-5). Some thunderstorms may be stronger than others. Expected heavier rain, higher rainfall amounts, the chance of small hail and breezy winds in the strongest storms. Activity will be very scattered today ahead of a col...
  • Record Breaking Heat Wednesday

    Record Breaking Heat Wednesday

    Wednesday, May 2 2018 4:34 PM EDT2018-05-02 20:34:59 GMT
    Temperatures Wednesday afternoon soared into the upper 80s, breaking the old record high of 86 set in 1949.  A cold front will approach Thursday with increasing clouds along with scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Times of hazy sunshine should allow temperatures to top out in the lower 80s.  Upper 70s are likely on Friday with more showers and thunderstorms.  The front will finally push through Friday night, ushering in drier conditions for the upcoming weekend.
    Temperatures Wednesday afternoon soared into the upper 80s, breaking the old record high of 86 set in 1949.  A cold front will approach Thursday with increasing clouds along with scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Times of hazy sunshine should allow temperatures to top out in the lower 80s.  Upper 70s are likely on Friday with more showers and thunderstorms.  The front will finally push through Friday night, ushering in drier conditions for the upcoming weekend.
  • A Toasty School Day

    A Toasty School Day

    Wednesday, May 2 2018 4:08 AM EDT2018-05-02 08:08:24 GMT
    Keep the kid's extra layers at home this Wednesday! Today we are expecting another warmer than average high temperature, rising into the mid 80s by the end of the school day. Due to high amounts of sunshine across the Twin Tiers, highs are expected to top off near 86 degrees, just about 20 degrees above the seasonal average! As it will be quite hot, it is reminded that you and your children stay hydrated throughout the day and especially if playing or being active outdoors.  Th...
    Keep the kid's extra layers at home this Wednesday! Today we are expecting another warmer than average high temperature, rising into the mid 80s by the end of the school day. Due to high amounts of sunshine across the Twin Tiers, highs are expected to top off near 86 degrees, just about 20 degrees above the seasonal average! As it will be quite hot, it is reminded that you and your children stay hydrated throughout the day and especially if playing or being active outdoors.  Th...
  • Summer Heat!

    Summer Heat!

    Tuesday, May 1 2018 4:57 PM EDT2018-05-01 20:57:21 GMT
    Tuesday marks the first day this year we hit 80 degrees.  Temperatures will remain unseasonably warm on Wednesday with many valley locations expected to top out in the mid 80s.  A cold front will bring chances for showers and thunderstorms Thursday and Friday, but temperatures will remain above average with highs late week in the mid 70s.  Drier conditions are likely this weekend.
    Tuesday marks the first day this year we hit 80 degrees.  Temperatures will remain unseasonably warm on Wednesday with many valley locations expected to top out in the mid 80s.  A cold front will bring chances for showers and thunderstorms Thursday and Friday, but temperatures will remain above average with highs late week in the mid 70s.  Drier conditions are likely this weekend.
  • Skipping Spring, and Heading Right into Summer

    Skipping Spring, and Heading Right into Summer

    Tuesday, May 1 2018 4:19 AM EDT2018-05-01 08:19:26 GMT
    As a ridge of high pressure continues to build into the northeast, Summer-like conditions will dominate the Twin Tiers. Some areas are starting a bit cooler this morning, with locations in the mid to upper 30s, and lower 40s, but that will change by the afternoon. Highs are expected to rise almost 20º above average, finally topping off in the low 80s by the end of the work day. Few clouds will move in, leaving us with plenty of sunshine this Tuesday to enjoy. Tonight sky rem...
    As a ridge of high pressure continues to build into the northeast, Summer-like conditions will dominate the Twin Tiers. Some areas are starting a bit cooler this morning, with locations in the mid to upper 30s, and lower 40s, but that will change by the afternoon. Highs are expected to rise almost 20º above average, finally topping off in the low 80s by the end of the work day. Few clouds will move in, leaving us with plenty of sunshine this Tuesday to enjoy. Tonight sky rem...
  • Summer-Like Warmth!

    Summer-Like Warmth!

    Monday, April 30 2018 4:33 PM EDT2018-04-30 20:33:38 GMT
    High pressure will set up over the Southeast midweek resulting in a push of unseasonably warm air into the Twin Tiers.  While normal high temperatures in early May average in the mid 60s, we're expecting highs Tuesday and Wednesday into the lower 80s.  Plenty of sunshine is also expected both days followed by the chance for scattered showers Thursday and Friday along with slightly cooler conditions.
    High pressure will set up over the Southeast midweek resulting in a push of unseasonably warm air into the Twin Tiers.  While normal high temperatures in early May average in the mid 60s, we're expecting highs Tuesday and Wednesday into the lower 80s.  Plenty of sunshine is also expected both days followed by the chance for scattered showers Thursday and Friday along with slightly cooler conditions.
  • Kick Starting a Fairly Warm Week

    Kick Starting a Fairly Warm Week

    Monday, April 30 2018 4:21 AM EDT2018-04-30 08:21:54 GMT
    Today will be the catalyst to a fairly warm week for the Twin Tiers.  A few early morning spotty drizzles and wet flurries will make way to increasing amounts of sunshine through the afternoon and reduced amounts of cloud coverage. Highs will be expected to rise slightly above average, hitting the middle 60s by the end of the day. Keep in mind, winds may be a bit breezy out of the northwest. This may make it feel cooler, especially in a gust of approximately 30 mph. Be sure to s...
    Today will be the catalyst to a fairly warm week for the Twin Tiers.  A few early morning spotty drizzles and wet flurries will make way to increasing amounts of sunshine through the afternoon and reduced amounts of cloud coverage. Highs will be expected to rise slightly above average, hitting the middle 60s by the end of the day. Keep in mind, winds may be a bit breezy out of the northwest. This may make it feel cooler, especially in a gust of approximately 30 mph. Be sure to s...
  • One Sunday Cool Down to get Through

    One Sunday Cool Down to get Through

    Sunday, April 29 2018 6:48 AM EDT2018-04-29 10:48:59 GMT
    Highs today for many areas across the tiers will be stuck in the 40s, but it will all be worth it for the week ahead. After Monday where highs will be in the lower mid 60s, they will consistently stay above 70 degrees through Friday and possibly even an 80 degree day for Wednesday!
    Highs today for many areas across the tiers will be stuck in the 40s, but it will all be worth it for the week ahead. After Monday where highs will be in the lower mid 60s, they will consistently stay above 70 degrees through Friday and possibly even an 80 degree day for Wednesday!
  • Chance of Some Isolated T-Storms This Afternoon

    Chance of Some Isolated T-Storms This Afternoon

    Saturday, April 28 2018 6:30 AM EDT2018-04-28 10:30:43 GMT
    Some scattered showers will be around for the tiers this afternoon on the leading edge of a cold front. The front will bring in cool air for Sunday, but before that make sure to be on the lookout for an isolated thunderstorm today!
    Some scattered showers will be around for the tiers this afternoon on the leading edge of a cold front. The front will bring in cool air for Sunday, but before that make sure to be on the lookout for an isolated thunderstorm today!
  • An Early Mix Possible for Sunday!...

    An Early Mix Possible for Sunday!...

    Friday, April 27 2018 4:56 PM EDT2018-04-27 20:56:28 GMT
    The weather has been very seasonable across the Twin Tiers and a big warm up is on the way for next week, but before we get to that a cool Sunday is in our path. The potential is even there for a mixed precip situation earlier in the day!
    The weather has been very seasonable across the Twin Tiers and a big warm up is on the way for next week, but before we get to that a cool Sunday is in our path. The potential is even there for a mixed precip situation earlier in the day!
  • An Unstable Weekend Ahead

    An Unstable Weekend Ahead

    Friday, April 27 2018 4:27 AM EDT2018-04-27 08:27:17 GMT
    As we head towards Saturday and Sunday the chance for scattered precipitation moves into the forecast with cooler than average highs, especially by the end of the weekend.  Saturday clouds are expected with the chance of rain. Highs look to rise near 60 for most, some may only make it into the upper 50s, just slightly below the seasonal normal. Winds will be relatively light as well, coming in out of the west at about 5 to 10 mph.  Sunday cools down quite a bit. Tempe...
    As we head towards Saturday and Sunday the chance for scattered precipitation moves into the forecast with cooler than average highs, especially by the end of the weekend.  Saturday clouds are expected with the chance of rain. Highs look to rise near 60 for most, some may only make it into the upper 50s, just slightly below the seasonal normal. Winds will be relatively light as well, coming in out of the west at about 5 to 10 mph.  Sunday cools down quite a bit. Tempe...
  • Seasonable to Cool to Warmth

    Seasonable to Cool to Warmth

    Thursday, April 26 2018 5:12 PM EDT2018-04-26 21:12:55 GMT
    High temperatures for today, tomorrow, and Saturday will be right around seasonable levels, but there will be a good drop off for Sunday with highs in danger of getting back into the 40s. The great news is a pattern shift will catapult us back into the 70s by Tuesday!
    High temperatures for today, tomorrow, and Saturday will be right around seasonable levels, but there will be a good drop off for Sunday with highs in danger of getting back into the 40s. The great news is a pattern shift will catapult us back into the 70s by Tuesday!
  • Heading out for Work Today?

    Heading out for Work Today?

    Thursday, April 26 2018 4:24 AM EDT2018-04-26 08:24:17 GMT
    Heading out the door for work today? Well weather looks to cooperate throughout this Thursday for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. After the chance of a lingering spotty shower this morning for northern portions of the viewing area most will be drying out for the remainder of the day. Most precipitation looks to stay well north, but the Finger Lakes may get a few light showers especially early on. Mostly cloudy conditions remain through the afternoon with decreasing clouds by late day...
    Heading out the door for work today? Well weather looks to cooperate throughout this Thursday for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. After the chance of a lingering spotty shower this morning for northern portions of the viewing area most will be drying out for the remainder of the day. Most precipitation looks to stay well north, but the Finger Lakes may get a few light showers especially early on. Mostly cloudy conditions remain through the afternoon with decreasing clouds by late day...
  • The Sun isn't Gone For Long!

    The Sun isn't Gone For Long!

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 5:02 PM EDT2018-04-25 21:02:49 GMT
    A few lingering showers and cloud cover will be around earlier for Thursday, but as we make our way into the afternoon those clouds will burn off to some sunshine, and highs will be looking to get back above 60. Still waiting on those 70s for next week...
    A few lingering showers and cloud cover will be around earlier for Thursday, but as we make our way into the afternoon those clouds will burn off to some sunshine, and highs will be looking to get back above 60. Still waiting on those 70s for next week...
  • A Typical Spring-Like Day

    A Typical Spring-Like Day

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 5:06 AM EDT2018-04-25 09:06:51 GMT
    Today expect slightly below average high temperatures across the area ranging into the low to mid 50s. Highs this time of year are usually in the lower 60s. Most of the day will remain quite cloudy, with showers scattered around the area. Showers will stay light to moderate through this afternoon with rainfall amounts possible of a tenth to three quarters of an inch. Some areas of patchy fog are also possible with light winds out of the southeast. Tonight rain showers may linger...
    Today expect slightly below average high temperatures across the area ranging into the low to mid 50s. Highs this time of year are usually in the lower 60s. Most of the day will remain quite cloudy, with showers scattered around the area. Showers will stay light to moderate through this afternoon with rainfall amounts possible of a tenth to three quarters of an inch. Some areas of patchy fog are also possible with light winds out of the southeast. Tonight rain showers may linger...
  • Grab Those Umbrellas Twin Tiers!

    Grab Those Umbrellas Twin Tiers!

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 5:50 PM EDT2018-04-24 21:50:15 GMT
    Make sure to have an umbrella handy if you are planning on being out late tonight or anytime for your Wednesday. Once these rain showers arrive they will be on and off though the earlier stages of Thursday, but things will be drying out for the upcoming weekend!
    Make sure to have an umbrella handy if you are planning on being out late tonight or anytime for your Wednesday. Once these rain showers arrive they will be on and off though the earlier stages of Thursday, but things will be drying out for the upcoming weekend!
  • A More Seasonable Day

    A More Seasonable Day

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 4:16 AM EDT2018-04-24 08:16:12 GMT
    As we head throughout this Tuesday temperatures are trending a bit more seasonable. Highs today look to rise into the lower 60s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, maxing out near 63 degrees. In comparison to yesterday, temperatures will be about 10 degrees cooler, when all is said and done, it will still feel warm outside just not as warm as yesterday! Keep in mind, winds will also be breezy out of the south blowing at about 5 to 15 mph with gusts as high as 20 mph at times. ...
    As we head throughout this Tuesday temperatures are trending a bit more seasonable. Highs today look to rise into the lower 60s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, maxing out near 63 degrees. In comparison to yesterday, temperatures will be about 10 degrees cooler, when all is said and done, it will still feel warm outside just not as warm as yesterday! Keep in mind, winds will also be breezy out of the south blowing at about 5 to 15 mph with gusts as high as 20 mph at times. ...
  • Some Rain Coming After Our Dry Stretch

    Some Rain Coming After Our Dry Stretch

    Monday, April 23 2018 5:23 PM EDT2018-04-23 21:23:24 GMT
    It's been a great dry stretch across our area, but some rain looks to finally be arriving on Tuesday night and will be lasting through Wednesday. Look for rainfall totals to get over a quarter inch in many spots, however, we do have a dry and warm Friday to look forward to!
    It's been a great dry stretch across our area, but some rain looks to finally be arriving on Tuesday night and will be lasting through Wednesday. Look for rainfall totals to get over a quarter inch in many spots, however, we do have a dry and warm Friday to look forward to!
  • Another Gorgeous Day!

    Another Gorgeous Day!

    Monday, April 23 2018 4:09 AM EDT2018-04-23 08:09:20 GMT
    High pressure continues to settle over the area to start the work week. Expect more sunshine today with warmer than average high temperatures. Winds will stay fairly calm out of the south, mainly blowing around 5-10 mph this afternoon. Highs look to rise into the upper 60s near 70 degrees across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, not a bad day to open up the windows and let in some of the fresh air! Tonight sky remains mostly clear, with cool lows dropping near 36. Winds remain calm ou...
    High pressure continues to settle over the area to start the work week. Expect more sunshine today with warmer than average high temperatures. Winds will stay fairly calm out of the south, mainly blowing around 5-10 mph this afternoon. Highs look to rise into the upper 60s near 70 degrees across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, not a bad day to open up the windows and let in some of the fresh air! Tonight sky remains mostly clear, with cool lows dropping near 36. Winds remain calm ou...
  • Get Outside if You Can!

    Get Outside if You Can!

    Sunday, April 22 2018 6:44 AM EDT2018-04-22 10:44:35 GMT
    Another great day is on tap today for the Twin Tiers with mild conditions and plentiful sunshine. Some showers look to move into our region late on Tuesday, but let's forget about that for now and enjoy this sunny Sunday!
    Another great day is on tap today for the Twin Tiers with mild conditions and plentiful sunshine. Some showers look to move into our region late on Tuesday, but let's forget about that for now and enjoy this sunny Sunday!
  • Sun, Sun, Sun!

    Sun, Sun, Sun!

    Saturday, April 21 2018 6:46 AM EDT2018-04-21 10:46:25 GMT
    There will be plenty of sunshine across The Twin Tiers today, with those conditions holding in place through Tuesday, thanks to some high pressure. We are also finally in a warming trend with highs back into the 60s by Monday!
    There will be plenty of sunshine across The Twin Tiers today, with those conditions holding in place through Tuesday, thanks to some high pressure. We are also finally in a warming trend with highs back into the 60s by Monday!
  • Spring is Back!

    Spring is Back!

    Friday, April 20 2018 4:20 PM EDT2018-04-20 20:20:02 GMT
    Spring-like conditions will return this weekend with increasing amounts of sunshine and warmer temperatures.  Early clouds on Saturday will give way to more sunshine for the afternoon.  Temperatures will top out in the lower 50s.  Expect plenty of sunshine on Sunday with highs in the upper 50s.  The warming trend will continue into early next week with 60s likely Monday and Tuesday.
    Spring-like conditions will return this weekend with increasing amounts of sunshine and warmer temperatures.  Early clouds on Saturday will give way to more sunshine for the afternoon.  Temperatures will top out in the lower 50s.  Expect plenty of sunshine on Sunday with highs in the upper 50s.  The warming trend will continue into early next week with 60s likely Monday and Tuesday.
  • A Cool Commuter Forecast

    A Cool Commuter Forecast

    Friday, April 20 2018 5:34 AM EDT2018-04-20 09:34:51 GMT
    The Twin Tiers will be drying out nicely for today's commuter forecast, but we are still trying to shake off winter! It looks like we finally will break that 60 degree barrier as we roll on into the upcoming work week after a dry weekend with highs in the mid and upper 50s.
    The Twin Tiers will be drying out nicely for today's commuter forecast, but we are still trying to shake off winter! It looks like we finally will break that 60 degree barrier as we roll on into the upcoming work week after a dry weekend with highs in the mid and upper 50s.
  • More Spring-Like this Weekend

    More Spring-Like this Weekend

    Thursday, April 19 2018 4:51 PM EDT2018-04-19 20:51:10 GMT
    High pressure will build into the Twin Tiers this weekend with increasing amounts of sunshine.  Winds will generally be on the light side with temperatures in the 50s.  The warming trend will continue into early next week with 60s possible Monday and Tuesday.
    High pressure will build into the Twin Tiers this weekend with increasing amounts of sunshine.  Winds will generally be on the light side with temperatures in the 50s.  The warming trend will continue into early next week with 60s possible Monday and Tuesday.
  • Be Ready to Dust Off Your Windshields!

    Be Ready to Dust Off Your Windshields!

    Thursday, April 19 2018 4:18 AM EDT2018-04-19 08:18:51 GMT
    This morning areas of light snow will continue to fall with temperatures in the lower 30s to start. Accumulation is set on grassy or cold surfaces (like windshields/car windows/spotty roads). Scattered snow and rain mix with cloudy sky is expected through the afternoon with breezy winds out of the northwest. Have that winter jacket on as you step out the door, by late day temperatures will only rise near 38 degrees! As your heading home from work lingering snow and rain showers will b...
    This morning areas of light snow will continue to fall with temperatures in the lower 30s to start. Accumulation is set on grassy or cold surfaces (like windshields/car windows/spotty roads). Scattered snow and rain mix with cloudy sky is expected through the afternoon with breezy winds out of the northwest. Have that winter jacket on as you step out the door, by late day temperatures will only rise near 38 degrees! As your heading home from work lingering snow and rain showers will b...
  • More Snow Likely

    More Snow Likely

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 4:50 PM EDT2018-04-18 20:50:08 GMT
    Low pressure sliding out of the Midwest will push a mix of rain and snow into the Twin Tiers late Wednesday night with accumulating snow likely by daybreak Thursday.  The rain/snow mix will continue through much of Thursday with afternoon temperatures only expected to rise into the upper 30s.  Total accumulations will average between 1-3", especially on the grass and colder surfaces.  Localized higher amounts are possible on the hilltops.  A lingering mixed ra...
    Low pressure sliding out of the Midwest will push a mix of rain and snow into the Twin Tiers late Wednesday night with accumulating snow likely by daybreak Thursday.  The rain/snow mix will continue through much of Thursday with afternoon temperatures only expected to rise into the upper 30s.  Total accumulations will average between 1-3", especially on the grass and colder surfaces.  Localized higher amounts are possible on the hilltops.  A lingering mixed ra...
  • A Brief Break from Precipitation

    A Brief Break from Precipitation

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 4:19 AM EDT2018-04-18 08:19:59 GMT
    Wednesday is not looking too bad weather wise!  Through the morning a light lingering flake may be possible, especially near the Finger Lakes with chilly temperatures to start. Most will be flurry like and will produce little amounts of hassle this morning. Through the afternoon, the Twin Tiers will see intervals of sunshine and cloud coverage and breezy westerly winds. Temperature wise, the area will rise into the lower 50s, about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. Winds wil...
    Wednesday is not looking too bad weather wise!  Through the morning a light lingering flake may be possible, especially near the Finger Lakes with chilly temperatures to start. Most will be flurry like and will produce little amounts of hassle this morning. Through the afternoon, the Twin Tiers will see intervals of sunshine and cloud coverage and breezy westerly winds. Temperature wise, the area will rise into the lower 50s, about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. Winds wil...
  • A Brief Warm Up

    A Brief Warm Up

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 8:01 PM EDT2018-04-18 00:01:29 GMT
    High pressure will briefly build back into the Twin Tiers midweek, which will result in a mix of sun and clouds.  Temperatures will also end up a bit warmer, but still below average for this time of year with highs near 50.  Clouds will be on the increase Wednesday night with rain developing late.  Snow and sleet will mix in well after midnight with mixed rain and snow likely Thursday.
    High pressure will briefly build back into the Twin Tiers midweek, which will result in a mix of sun and clouds.  Temperatures will also end up a bit warmer, but still below average for this time of year with highs near 50.  Clouds will be on the increase Wednesday night with rain developing late.  Snow and sleet will mix in well after midnight with mixed rain and snow likely Thursday.
  • School Bus Forecast

    School Bus Forecast

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 5:15 AM EDT2018-04-17 09:15:29 GMT
    Do not be surprised if you see some light spring snow showers this morning as you head to the bus stop with the kids! The chance for scattered light snow mixed with rain showers continues through the day with mostly cloudy sky. Temperatures start off quite chilly in the lower to mid 30s for Tuesday morning. By the afternoon, temperatures will remain below normal. Highs will only rise near 41 degrees, with some locations staying mainly in the upper 30s. It's a good idea to put the kids...
    Do not be surprised if you see some light spring snow showers this morning as you head to the bus stop with the kids! The chance for scattered light snow mixed with rain showers continues through the day with mostly cloudy sky. Temperatures start off quite chilly in the lower to mid 30s for Tuesday morning. By the afternoon, temperatures will remain below normal. Highs will only rise near 41 degrees, with some locations staying mainly in the upper 30s. It's a good idea to put the kids...
  • More Snow Possible

    More Snow Possible

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 12:45 AM EDT2018-04-17 04:45:59 GMT
    Colder temperatures will settle into the Twin Tiers Tuesday with highs in the upper 30s and lower 40s.  Scattered rain and snow showers will persist with the chance for a light accumulation of snow, especially in the higher elevations.  Most areas can expect just a coating of snow, especially on grassy surfaces, but some of the higher elevations could pick up close to an inch of snow.  Slightly warmer conditions are likely Wednesday with highs near 50.
    Colder temperatures will settle into the Twin Tiers Tuesday with highs in the upper 30s and lower 40s.  Scattered rain and snow showers will persist with the chance for a light accumulation of snow, especially in the higher elevations.  Most areas can expect just a coating of snow, especially on grassy surfaces, but some of the higher elevations could pick up close to an inch of snow.  Slightly warmer conditions are likely Wednesday with highs near 50.
  • Rainy to Start this Week

    Rainy to Start this Week

    Monday, April 16 2018 4:24 AM EDT2018-04-16 08:24:37 GMT
    As a mature low pressure system tracks through the region the area will receive periodic showers at times. Some showers will contain heavier, more rapid rainfall. Rainfall amounts may range from 3/4" to 1.5" across the area. This may result in localized areas of minor flooding. Sky will remain mostly cloudy as well with breezy winds continuing out of the southeast and high temperatures rising into the lower 50s and upper 40s. Tonight lows are expected to drop near ...
    As a mature low pressure system tracks through the region the area will receive periodic showers at times. Some showers will contain heavier, more rapid rainfall. Rainfall amounts may range from 3/4" to 1.5" across the area. This may result in localized areas of minor flooding. Sky will remain mostly cloudy as well with breezy winds continuing out of the southeast and high temperatures rising into the lower 50s and upper 40s. Tonight lows are expected to drop near ...
  • A "Meh" Weather Day on the Way

    A "Meh" Weather Day on the Way

    Sunday, April 15 2018 7:53 AM EDT2018-04-15 11:53:20 GMT
    Not the most favorable weather today with mainly overcast skies and highs still less than 10 degrees below average for Mid-April. Tonight though, things will be ramping up with wind gusts up to 50 mph and scattered T-Storms possible for tomorrow.
    Not the most favorable weather today with mainly overcast skies and highs still less than 10 degrees below average for Mid-April. Tonight though, things will be ramping up with wind gusts up to 50 mph and scattered T-Storms possible for tomorrow.
  • Icy Conditions into the Southern Tier

    Icy Conditions into the Southern Tier

    Saturday, April 14 2018 7:20 AM EDT2018-04-14 11:20:58 GMT
    An Ice Storm Warning has been issued by the NWS off to our northwest, but a decent amount of ice accumulation will be pressing into the Southern Tier of New York overnight. For those in the Northern Tier of PA, you look to stay safe from the ice and out of the winter weather advisory.
    An Ice Storm Warning has been issued by the NWS off to our northwest, but a decent amount of ice accumulation will be pressing into the Southern Tier of New York overnight. For those in the Northern Tier of PA, you look to stay safe from the ice and out of the winter weather advisory.
  • Winter Returns Saturday

    Winter Returns Saturday

    Friday, April 13 2018 5:02 PM EDT2018-04-13 21:02:10 GMT
    A stationary front separating spring-like warmth to the south and winter-like conditions to the north will shift to our south on Saturday resulting in much cooler temperatures.  Limited moisture will be around through the first half of the day with rain showers becoming more likely towards evening.  As temperatures drop to near the freezing mark, a wintry mix of rain, sleet and freezing rain will be possible.  Some of the higher elevations especially could pick up close...
    A stationary front separating spring-like warmth to the south and winter-like conditions to the north will shift to our south on Saturday resulting in much cooler temperatures.  Limited moisture will be around through the first half of the day with rain showers becoming more likely towards evening.  As temperatures drop to near the freezing mark, a wintry mix of rain, sleet and freezing rain will be possible.  Some of the higher elevations especially could pick up close...
  • An Unstable & Cooler Weekend Ahead

    An Unstable & Cooler Weekend Ahead

    Friday, April 13 2018 4:27 AM EDT2018-04-13 08:27:57 GMT
    As we head into this upcoming weekend, the big themes are cooler temperatures and instability!  Saturday looks to remain mostly cloudy with a light breeze, but the chance for a shower especially through the afternoon is possible. A warm front is set up just toward the north. It is expected to start to sag through Saturday, bringing the chance for rain and cooler temperatures. Highs look to hit the upper 50s early on and then will fall throughout the day into the 40s an...
    As we head into this upcoming weekend, the big themes are cooler temperatures and instability!  Saturday looks to remain mostly cloudy with a light breeze, but the chance for a shower especially through the afternoon is possible. A warm front is set up just toward the north. It is expected to start to sag through Saturday, bringing the chance for rain and cooler temperatures. Highs look to hit the upper 50s early on and then will fall throughout the day into the 40s an...
  • Unseasonably Mild Friday

    Unseasonably Mild Friday

    Thursday, April 12 2018 6:38 PM EDT2018-04-12 22:38:15 GMT
    A warm front will lift through the region early Friday setting the stages up for an unseasonably mild day.  Clouds and spotty showers during the morning will give way to partly sunny skies.  Winds will become breezy out of the southwest with temperatures expected to rise into the lower 70s.  The last time we made it into the 70s was back in late February when we hit 72 on February 21st.
    A warm front will lift through the region early Friday setting the stages up for an unseasonably mild day.  Clouds and spotty showers during the morning will give way to partly sunny skies.  Winds will become breezy out of the southwest with temperatures expected to rise into the lower 70s.  The last time we made it into the 70s was back in late February when we hit 72 on February 21st.
  • Light Rain Jacket Recommended!

    Light Rain Jacket Recommended!

    Thursday, April 12 2018 4:22 AM EDT2018-04-12 08:22:25 GMT
    As a warm front lifts into the Twin Tiers today rain showers will be likely for most of the area. Showers will be light to moderate at times, so having an umbrella especially for those who travel by foot is preferred! Through the day temperatures will also rise above average for this time of year, into the upper 50s by the afternoon, and lower 60s by late day. It will feel a bit warmer outside in comparison to the passed couple of days, so a lighter rain jacket may be best, espec...
    As a warm front lifts into the Twin Tiers today rain showers will be likely for most of the area. Showers will be light to moderate at times, so having an umbrella especially for those who travel by foot is preferred! Through the day temperatures will also rise above average for this time of year, into the upper 50s by the afternoon, and lower 60s by late day. It will feel a bit warmer outside in comparison to the passed couple of days, so a lighter rain jacket may be best, espec...
  • Rain on the Way?

    Rain on the Way?

    Wednesday, April 11 2018 4:56 AM EDT2018-04-11 08:56:32 GMT
    Rain looks to hold off until late day and early evening this Wednesday. Sunshine will start off the day with a bit of morning chill in the air. As the day progress clouds will be increasing, as well as temperature. Highs will rise into the upper 40s near 50 degrees this afternoon, feeling a little warmer than earlier on this week. Through the end of the work and school day, the chance for scattered rain moves into the Twin Tiers. Showers will be on the lighter side, but having an umbr...
    Rain looks to hold off until late day and early evening this Wednesday. Sunshine will start off the day with a bit of morning chill in the air. As the day progress clouds will be increasing, as well as temperature. Highs will rise into the upper 40s near 50 degrees this afternoon, feeling a little warmer than earlier on this week. Through the end of the work and school day, the chance for scattered rain moves into the Twin Tiers. Showers will be on the lighter side, but having an umbr...
  • Rain Develops Wednesday

    Rain Develops Wednesday

    Tuesday, April 10 2018 5:12 PM EDT2018-04-10 21:12:16 GMT
    Early sunshine Wednesday will give way to increasing afternoon clouds.  A weak system passing by will result in a few late day rain showers.  Rainfall amounts will be relatively light with most spots only averaging up to 0.1".  Afternoon temperatures will rise into the upper 40s to near 50 with warmer conditions to follow for late week.
    Early sunshine Wednesday will give way to increasing afternoon clouds.  A weak system passing by will result in a few late day rain showers.  Rainfall amounts will be relatively light with most spots only averaging up to 0.1".  Afternoon temperatures will rise into the upper 40s to near 50 with warmer conditions to follow for late week.
  • Early Flurries Clear Out

    Early Flurries Clear Out

    Tuesday, April 10 2018 4:12 AM EDT2018-04-10 08:12:10 GMT
    Through the morning hours expect a few light snow showers to start off your Tuesday. Accumulation will remain fairly light, with most of the Twin Tiers averaging under an inch. Snow will taper to sun and clouds by the afternoon, with a light breeze out of the northwest anywhere from 5 to 10 mph. Highs will be below average again, rising near 44 degrees this afternoon. This evening expect clouds to clear out overnight with chilly lows near 24 degrees. 
    Through the morning hours expect a few light snow showers to start off your Tuesday. Accumulation will remain fairly light, with most of the Twin Tiers averaging under an inch. Snow will taper to sun and clouds by the afternoon, with a light breeze out of the northwest anywhere from 5 to 10 mph. Highs will be below average again, rising near 44 degrees this afternoon. This evening expect clouds to clear out overnight with chilly lows near 24 degrees. 
  • Another Chilly Day Tuesday

    Another Chilly Day Tuesday

    Tuesday, April 10 2018 12:09 AM EDT2018-04-10 04:09:30 GMT
    Early flurries will give way to peeks of sunshine Tuesday, but temperatures will continue to struggle.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 43.  A gradual warming trend is likely through the week with temperatures by Friday well into the 60s.  I'm forecasting 70 on Saturday, which would be the first time since late February that we've seen 70 degrees.
    Early flurries will give way to peeks of sunshine Tuesday, but temperatures will continue to struggle.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 43.  A gradual warming trend is likely through the week with temperatures by Friday well into the 60s.  I'm forecasting 70 on Saturday, which would be the first time since late February that we've seen 70 degrees.
  • Late Week Warming Trend?

    Late Week Warming Trend?

    Monday, April 9 2018 4:16 AM EDT2018-04-09 08:16:05 GMT
    Good news in store for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes this work week temperature wise! The area will start to trend a bit more spring-like through late week, with highs rising into the 50s and even 60s across the area. Monday and Tuesday do start the week off on the cooler side, only rising into the middle 40s, well below the seasonal average, but things do change through Wednesday. Expect light flurries as well, with possibly light accumulation spread through the area Monday n...
    Good news in store for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes this work week temperature wise! The area will start to trend a bit more spring-like through late week, with highs rising into the 50s and even 60s across the area. Monday and Tuesday do start the week off on the cooler side, only rising into the middle 40s, well below the seasonal average, but things do change through Wednesday. Expect light flurries as well, with possibly light accumulation spread through the area Monday n...
  • Temperatures Trending Up After Today!

    Temperatures Trending Up After Today!

    Sunday, April 8 2018 6:38 AM EDT2018-04-08 10:38:44 GMT
    Today we will see highs in the 30s for the final time in the near future as the warming trend will start after today. To start off the work week we will be back into the mid 40s, and by Saturday we'll finally be back above that 60 degree barrier!
    Today we will see highs in the 30s for the final time in the near future as the warming trend will start after today. To start off the work week we will be back into the mid 40s, and by Saturday we'll finally be back above that 60 degree barrier!
  • Mix of Sun & Clouds With Cooler Temperatures

    Mix of Sun & Clouds With Cooler Temperatures

    Saturday, April 7 2018 6:40 AM EDT2018-04-07 10:40:14 GMT
    There will be some sun today for the Twin Tiers, but high temperatures will be close to 15 degrees below average for this time of the year! The good news is a warming trend finally looks to be arriving by the end of the week for us, with highs trending closer to 60 into next weekend.
    There will be some sun today for the Twin Tiers, but high temperatures will be close to 15 degrees below average for this time of the year! The good news is a warming trend finally looks to be arriving by the end of the week for us, with highs trending closer to 60 into next weekend.
  • Winter Hangs on This Weekend

    Winter Hangs on This Weekend

    Friday, April 6 2018 7:15 PM EDT2018-04-06 23:15:39 GMT
    A cold front will usher in more unseasonably cool temperatures for the weekend.  We're expecting partly sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday with temperatures only in the upper 30s.  Breezy conditions will drive the wind chill values down into the 20s at times.  A slow warming trend is expected next week with temperatures into the lower 50s by Thursday.
    A cold front will usher in more unseasonably cool temperatures for the weekend.  We're expecting partly sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday with temperatures only in the upper 30s.  Breezy conditions will drive the wind chill values down into the 20s at times.  A slow warming trend is expected next week with temperatures into the lower 50s by Thursday.
  • Light Snow on the Way...Then Rain

    Light Snow on the Way...Then Rain

    Friday, April 6 2018 7:32 AM EDT2018-04-06 11:32:25 GMT
    Some light snow is making its way into the Twin Tiers, changing over to rain after 10am, making the morning commute a bit slick for some. If you're sending the kids out make sure they're dressed appropriately and anyone show have an umbrella handy for the later stages of the day!
    Some light snow is making its way into the Twin Tiers, changing over to rain after 10am, making the morning commute a bit slick for some. If you're sending the kids out make sure they're dressed appropriately and anyone show have an umbrella handy for the later stages of the day!
  • Rain and Snow Likely Friday

    Rain and Snow Likely Friday

    Thursday, April 5 2018 4:48 PM EDT2018-04-05 20:48:32 GMT
    Another storm system will pass through the Twin Tiers on Friday with rain and snow likely.  Snow will break out near daybreak with up to an inch of accumulation possible before a warm front ushers in milder conditions, changing the snow over to rain.  Afternoon temperatures will top out in the upper 40s.  Colder conditions will return over the weekend with highs generally in the upper 30s.
    Another storm system will pass through the Twin Tiers on Friday with rain and snow likely.  Snow will break out near daybreak with up to an inch of accumulation possible before a warm front ushers in milder conditions, changing the snow over to rain.  Afternoon temperatures will top out in the upper 40s.  Colder conditions will return over the weekend with highs generally in the upper 30s.
  • A Noticeably Cool Work Day

    A Noticeably Cool Work Day

    Thursday, April 5 2018 5:10 AM EDT2018-04-05 09:10:06 GMT
    Grab that heavy jacket before you scoot out the door this morning! Temperatures are starting off into the low to mid 20s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. These temperatures will rise a bit through the afternoon but they will still remain below average. Expect high temperatures near 39 degrees by the end of the work day. We will have peeks of sunshine to help us out through the day, as well as the chance of a few light flurries. Clouds will mix in throughout the day as we...
    Grab that heavy jacket before you scoot out the door this morning! Temperatures are starting off into the low to mid 20s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. These temperatures will rise a bit through the afternoon but they will still remain below average. Expect high temperatures near 39 degrees by the end of the work day. We will have peeks of sunshine to help us out through the day, as well as the chance of a few light flurries. Clouds will mix in throughout the day as we...
  • UPDATE: High Wind Warning in effect for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes

    UPDATE: High Wind Warning in effect for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes

    Wednesday, April 4 2018 4:27 AM EDT2018-04-04 08:27:58 GMT
    The National Weather Service has upgraded the entire viewing area, including Yates, Tompkins, Schuyler, Steuben, Chemung, Tioga (NY), Tioga (PA), Potter and Bradford Counties to a High Wind Warning from Wednesday 10AM through Wednesday Night. Expect strong winds throughout the day, especially over ares of high terrain. Damaging winds and gusts will have the ability to blow down tree limbs and power lines, causing scattered power outages. Wind speeds sustained will be anywhere from 25-...
    The National Weather Service has upgraded the entire viewing area, including Yates, Tompkins, Schuyler, Steuben, Chemung, Tioga (NY), Tioga (PA), Potter and Bradford Counties to a High Wind Warning from Wednesday 10AM through Wednesday Night. Expect strong winds throughout the day, especially over ares of high terrain. Damaging winds and gusts will have the ability to blow down tree limbs and power lines, causing scattered power outages. Wind speeds sustained will be anywhere from 25-...
  • NWS Issues High Wind Watch

    NWS Issues High Wind Watch

    Tuesday, April 3 2018 5:14 AM EDT2018-04-03 09:14:12 GMT
    A High Wind Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service from Wednesday morning, through late Wednesday night for Steuben, Tompkins, Schuyler, and Yates counties due to the threat of damaging high winds. Expect strong winds that may bring down tree limbs or power lines that may cause scattered power outages. Sustained winds are expected to blow anywhere from 15-30 MPH with Gusts as high as 50 to 60 mph. 
    A High Wind Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service from Wednesday morning, through late Wednesday night for Steuben, Tompkins, Schuyler, and Yates counties due to the threat of damaging high winds. Expect strong winds that may bring down tree limbs or power lines that may cause scattered power outages. Sustained winds are expected to blow anywhere from 15-30 MPH with Gusts as high as 50 to 60 mph. 
  • Showers Move in for Tuesday

    Showers Move in for Tuesday

    Tuesday, April 3 2018 4:15 AM EDT2018-04-03 08:15:15 GMT
    Today sunshine falls to the wayside as low pressure lifts towards the northeast. Some areas may experience some mixed precipitation early on, including rain, freezing rain and sleet, where temperature is starting in the low to mid 30s. Through the day most showers will switch over to rain with highs gradually rising near 49 this afternoon. Expect scattered activity more so than steady rain showers, accompanied by breezy wind speeds out of the southeast anywhere from 5-10 mph with gust...
    Today sunshine falls to the wayside as low pressure lifts towards the northeast. Some areas may experience some mixed precipitation early on, including rain, freezing rain and sleet, where temperature is starting in the low to mid 30s. Through the day most showers will switch over to rain with highs gradually rising near 49 this afternoon. Expect scattered activity more so than steady rain showers, accompanied by breezy wind speeds out of the southeast anywhere from 5-10 mph with gust...
  • Wet Weather on the Way

    Wet Weather on the Way

    Monday, April 2 2018 9:57 PM EDT2018-04-03 01:57:31 GMT
    A warm front will approach the Twin Tiers early Tuesday with showers likely.  The precipitation may briefly begin as a wintry mix, but will quickly change over to all rain.  The showers will taper later Tuesday afternoon as the warm front lifts to our north.  More rain, however is likely Wednesday as a cold front sweeps through.  There may also be a few rumbles of thunder along with gusty winds.  Total rainfall amounts will average between 0.5 and 0.75".
    A warm front will approach the Twin Tiers early Tuesday with showers likely.  The precipitation may briefly begin as a wintry mix, but will quickly change over to all rain.  The showers will taper later Tuesday afternoon as the warm front lifts to our north.  More rain, however is likely Wednesday as a cold front sweeps through.  There may also be a few rumbles of thunder along with gusty winds.  Total rainfall amounts will average between 0.5 and 0.75".
  • Monday Morning Bus Stop Forecast

    Monday Morning Bus Stop Forecast

    Monday, April 2 2018 4:13 AM EDT2018-04-02 08:13:37 GMT
    A chilly and winter like start will make way to warmer temperatures and sunshine. A few flurries may linger through mid morning, with cloud cover and temperatures starting in the mid to upper 20s. If the kids are heading out early this morning, be sure to have them in a heavier jacket. Through the afternoon highs will rise near 51 as cloud cover starts to decrease. Expect mostly sunshine by pick up time, and do not be surprised if an extra layer here and there gets shed by the end of ...
    A chilly and winter like start will make way to warmer temperatures and sunshine. A few flurries may linger through mid morning, with cloud cover and temperatures starting in the mid to upper 20s. If the kids are heading out early this morning, be sure to have them in a heavier jacket. Through the afternoon highs will rise near 51 as cloud cover starts to decrease. Expect mostly sunshine by pick up time, and do not be surprised if an extra layer here and there gets shed by the end of ...
  • Happy Easter Twin Tiers!

    Happy Easter Twin Tiers!

    Sunday, April 1 2018 11:58 AM EDT2018-04-01 15:58:27 GMT
    Enjoy the rest of your Easter Sunday with mostly sunny skies and highs trying to reach into the mid 40s! We'll be getting back into the 50s over the next few days.
    Enjoy the rest of your Easter Sunday with mostly sunny skies and highs trying to reach into the mid 40s! We'll be getting back into the 50s over the next few days.
  • Sunny & Windy With an Overnight Mix on the Way

    Sunny & Windy With an Overnight Mix on the Way

    Saturday, March 31 2018 11:12 AM EDT2018-03-31 15:12:40 GMT
    Today is shaping up to be a great day with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 50s! Just be mindful of some higher wind gusts around, and precipitation moving in later in the day. Wind speeds will pick up even more overnight.
    Today is shaping up to be a great day with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 50s! Just be mindful of some higher wind gusts around, and precipitation moving in later in the day. Wind speeds will pick up even more overnight.
  • Wet for Your Friday Commute

    Wet for Your Friday Commute

    Friday, March 30 2018 4:58 AM EDT2018-03-30 08:58:49 GMT
    Have that umbrella handy as you step out the door early this Friday! Showers will kick start your morning off with some mixing possible across the area. Showers may switch over to snow where temperature is favorable. Accumulation stays relatively low with the possibility of some grassy areas collecting a layer of slush. Through the afternoon showers will gradually taper, with drier conditions filtering in for your commute home. Today temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday, s...
    Have that umbrella handy as you step out the door early this Friday! Showers will kick start your morning off with some mixing possible across the area. Showers may switch over to snow where temperature is favorable. Accumulation stays relatively low with the possibility of some grassy areas collecting a layer of slush. Through the afternoon showers will gradually taper, with drier conditions filtering in for your commute home. Today temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday, s...
  • Another Warm Day with Rain

    Another Warm Day with Rain

    Thursday, March 29 2018 4:32 AM EDT2018-03-29 08:32:11 GMT
    Expect areas of dense fog this morning and low visibility. Leave your heaviest jacket at home, but definitely pack the umbrella! Temperatures are starting off quite warm today with the area in the low to mid 40s. Through the afternoon highs will continue to rise into the middle 50s, tapping out near 55 a little bit above the seasonal average. Rain will also be around this Thursday, with scattered showers becoming a bit more steady as the day progresses. Rain will be light to mode...
    Expect areas of dense fog this morning and low visibility. Leave your heaviest jacket at home, but definitely pack the umbrella! Temperatures are starting off quite warm today with the area in the low to mid 40s. Through the afternoon highs will continue to rise into the middle 50s, tapping out near 55 a little bit above the seasonal average. Rain will also be around this Thursday, with scattered showers becoming a bit more steady as the day progresses. Rain will be light to mode...
  • A Wet End to the Workweek

    A Wet End to the Workweek

    Wednesday, March 28 2018 9:44 PM EDT2018-03-29 01:44:27 GMT
    Another area of low pressure will lift northeast out of the Ohio Valley Thursday into Friday with more rain likely.  Rainfall amounts through Friday will average near half an inch with localized higher amounts possible.  Drier conditions will arrive late Friday with a dry start to the upcoming weekend.
    Another area of low pressure will lift northeast out of the Ohio Valley Thursday into Friday with more rain likely.  Rainfall amounts through Friday will average near half an inch with localized higher amounts possible.  Drier conditions will arrive late Friday with a dry start to the upcoming weekend.
  • Will it be a Wet Wednesday?

    Will it be a Wet Wednesday?

    Wednesday, March 28 2018 4:18 AM EDT2018-03-28 08:18:05 GMT
    Things look to dry out as we head into the day today. A few early morning showers will linger with areas of fog, especially for early bird commuters, but through mid morning and by the afternoon rain will be out of the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Sky will remain mostly cloudy as well with highs expected to rise near 50. A few late day pockets of sunshine are possible, but sun looks to stay limited this Wednesday.  Tonight expect clouds and areas of fog late, with lows dropping ...
    Things look to dry out as we head into the day today. A few early morning showers will linger with areas of fog, especially for early bird commuters, but through mid morning and by the afternoon rain will be out of the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Sky will remain mostly cloudy as well with highs expected to rise near 50. A few late day pockets of sunshine are possible, but sun looks to stay limited this Wednesday.  Tonight expect clouds and areas of fog late, with lows dropping ...
  • More Rain Likely

    More Rain Likely

    Tuesday, March 27 2018 4:51 PM EDT2018-03-27 20:51:04 GMT
    A couple areas of low pressure will lift through the region through the rest of the week, keeping chances for rain in the forecast.  The best chances for rain will be tonight into early Wednesday and then again late Thursday into Friday.  Rainfall totals by the end of the workweek will average near an inch.
    A couple areas of low pressure will lift through the region through the rest of the week, keeping chances for rain in the forecast.  The best chances for rain will be tonight into early Wednesday and then again late Thursday into Friday.  Rainfall totals by the end of the workweek will average near an inch.
  • Don't Forget Your Umbrella Today!

    Don't Forget Your Umbrella Today!

    Tuesday, March 27 2018 4:39 AM EDT2018-03-27 08:39:35 GMT
    Things will start off dry for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, but showers look to develop through the afternoon across the area. Showers will be scattered with light to moderate rainfall at times through the afternoon made complete with mostly cloudy sky, Highs will rise near 44 degrees, with winds out of the south at about 10-15 mph and gusts as high as/or in excess of 25 mph.    Tonight scattered rain continues with the chance of some showers mixing with sleet as te...
    Things will start off dry for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, but showers look to develop through the afternoon across the area. Showers will be scattered with light to moderate rainfall at times through the afternoon made complete with mostly cloudy sky, Highs will rise near 44 degrees, with winds out of the south at about 10-15 mph and gusts as high as/or in excess of 25 mph.    Tonight scattered rain continues with the chance of some showers mixing with sleet as te...
  • Bus Stop Forecast

    Bus Stop Forecast

    Monday, March 26 2018 4:20 AM EDT2018-03-26 08:20:59 GMT
    Early this morning temperatures start off quite frosty across the area, mainly in the 20s, with some starting in the upper teens! However with the help of sunshine through the day, high temperatures will actually rebound quite nicely into the upper 40s and lower 50s by the afternoon. Sky looks to stay fairly clear, with plenty of sunshine and low amounts of cloud coverage through the day. Be sure to have the kids in a jacket for morning drop off, but don't be surprised if that la...
    Early this morning temperatures start off quite frosty across the area, mainly in the 20s, with some starting in the upper teens! However with the help of sunshine through the day, high temperatures will actually rebound quite nicely into the upper 40s and lower 50s by the afternoon. Sky looks to stay fairly clear, with plenty of sunshine and low amounts of cloud coverage through the day. Be sure to have the kids in a jacket for morning drop off, but don't be surprised if that la...
  • Thawing Out Through the Week

    Thawing Out Through the Week

    Sunday, March 25 2018 6:35 AM EDT2018-03-25 10:35:48 GMT
    Today we will see a mix of sun & clouds with some good breaks of sun. Temperatures will be getting close to average with highs in the mid 40s as well. The warming trend will continue to see us "THAW OUT" through the end of the week with temperatures finally getting back into the 50s!
    Today we will see a mix of sun & clouds with some good breaks of sun. Temperatures will be getting close to average with highs in the mid 40s as well. The warming trend will continue to see us "THAW OUT" through the end of the week with temperatures finally getting back into the 50s!
  • A Cool, But Nice Day for an Egg Hunt!!

    A Cool, But Nice Day for an Egg Hunt!!

    Saturday, March 24 2018 6:40 AM EDT2018-03-24 10:40:19 GMT
    Break out the winter jackets and the egg baskets this morning as there will be an early Easter egg hunt here in Horseheads! Early afternoon temperatures will be in the low 30s with partly sunny skies. Temperatures will be topping out in the upper mid 30s later today.
    Break out the winter jackets and the egg baskets this morning as there will be an early Easter egg hunt here in Horseheads! Early afternoon temperatures will be in the low 30s with partly sunny skies. Temperatures will be topping out in the upper mid 30s later today.
  • Easter Egg Hunt Forecast

    Easter Egg Hunt Forecast

    Friday, March 23 2018 4:59 PM EDT2018-03-23 20:59:35 GMT
    It'll be a chilly start to our weekend with mostly cloudy skies Saturday along with the chance for early flurries.  Partial sunshine will develop through the afternoon with high temperatures in the mid 30s.  Winds out of the north will make it feel slightly cooler with wind chill values at times in the 20s.  More sunshine is likely on Sunday with highs into the lower 40s.
    It'll be a chilly start to our weekend with mostly cloudy skies Saturday along with the chance for early flurries.  Partial sunshine will develop through the afternoon with high temperatures in the mid 30s.  Winds out of the north will make it feel slightly cooler with wind chill values at times in the 20s.  More sunshine is likely on Sunday with highs into the lower 40s.
  • Getting Ready for the Weekend?

    Getting Ready for the Weekend?

    Friday, March 23 2018 4:15 AM EDT2018-03-23 08:15:45 GMT
    Looking ahead to Saturday and Sunday conditions look great weather wise. Saturday a few more clouds will be out and about with peeks of sunshine. Highs will also be about 10 degrees below average with breezy winds out of the north. It will remain fairly dry, so no rain or snow to worry about! Sunday is similar when it comes to precipitation but more sunshine is expected with temperatures rising into the lower 40s. Winds will also be more calm out of the northeast to end your weekend!...
    Looking ahead to Saturday and Sunday conditions look great weather wise. Saturday a few more clouds will be out and about with peeks of sunshine. Highs will also be about 10 degrees below average with breezy winds out of the north. It will remain fairly dry, so no rain or snow to worry about! Sunday is similar when it comes to precipitation but more sunshine is expected with temperatures rising into the lower 40s. Winds will also be more calm out of the northeast to end your weekend!...
  • A Chilly End to the Week

    A Chilly End to the Week

    Thursday, March 22 2018 5:00 PM EDT2018-03-22 21:00:33 GMT
    Northwesterly winds will keep temperatures on the chilly side Friday with highs in the mid to upper 30s.  The breezy conditions will make it feel colder with wind chills in the upper 20s and lower 30s.  A few flurries are also possible.  Expect more sunshine over the weekend with moderating temperatures.
    Northwesterly winds will keep temperatures on the chilly side Friday with highs in the mid to upper 30s.  The breezy conditions will make it feel colder with wind chills in the upper 20s and lower 30s.  A few flurries are also possible.  Expect more sunshine over the weekend with moderating temperatures.
  • Hold on to your Hats Folks!

    Hold on to your Hats Folks!

    Thursday, March 22 2018 4:07 AM EDT2018-03-22 08:07:33 GMT
    Throughout this Thursday expect breezy winds at times. Winds will be blowing in out of the northwest anywhere from 10 to 15 mph with gusts as high or in excess of 20. Sky conditions will vary throughout the day with a mix of sun and clouds with high temperatures near 40 degrees. Be sure to keep those winds in mind, as they may drop feels like temperatures through the afternoon down into the upper 20s and lower 30s, especially when caught in a gust.  Tonight clouds continue ...
    Throughout this Thursday expect breezy winds at times. Winds will be blowing in out of the northwest anywhere from 10 to 15 mph with gusts as high or in excess of 20. Sky conditions will vary throughout the day with a mix of sun and clouds with high temperatures near 40 degrees. Be sure to keep those winds in mind, as they may drop feels like temperatures through the afternoon down into the upper 20s and lower 30s, especially when caught in a gust.  Tonight clouds continue ...
  • Nor'easter Departs Thursday

    Nor'easter Departs Thursday

    Wednesday, March 21 2018 5:01 PM EDT2018-03-21 21:01:58 GMT
    The nor'easter which has dropped more than a foot and a half of snow across parts of the Northeast will head out to sea early Thursday.  Here in the Twin Tiers, skies will remain mostly cloudy through the end of the workweek with breezy conditions and the chance for a few flurries.
    The nor'easter which has dropped more than a foot and a half of snow across parts of the Northeast will head out to sea early Thursday.  Here in the Twin Tiers, skies will remain mostly cloudy through the end of the workweek with breezy conditions and the chance for a few flurries.
  • Heavy Snow Stays Southeast

    Heavy Snow Stays Southeast

    Wednesday, March 21 2018 5:26 AM EDT2018-03-21 09:26:08 GMT

    Expect mostly cloudy sky throughout the day with the chance for a few light flurries. Most of the activity will once again just glide by the Twin Tiers, keeping the heaviest snow and accumulation down towards southeastern portions of Pennsylvania up through New England. Accumulation will be fairly light for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, expecting little to no accumulation to at most an inch for northeastern portions of Pennsylvania but coastal areas could be dealing with up to...

    Expect mostly cloudy sky throughout the day with the chance for a few light flurries. Most of the activity will once again just glide by the Twin Tiers, keeping the heaviest snow and accumulation down towards southeastern portions of Pennsylvania up through New England. Accumulation will be fairly light for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, expecting little to no accumulation to at most an inch for northeastern portions of Pennsylvania but coastal areas could be dealing with up to...

  • Heavy Snow Expected Over Parts of the Northeast

    Heavy Snow Expected Over Parts of the Northeast

    Tuesday, March 20 2018 11:27 PM EDT2018-03-21 03:27:14 GMT
    It's a one-two punch across much of the Northeast as back to back storm systems lift through the region.  Areas of eastern Pennsylvania up into southern New England could end up with a foot and a half of snow.  Farther northwest across our region little if any accumulation is expected.  A few flurries are possible mid to late week, otherwise expect mostly cloudy skies with gusty winds and more below average temperatures.
    It's a one-two punch across much of the Northeast as back to back storm systems lift through the region.  Areas of eastern Pennsylvania up into southern New England could end up with a foot and a half of snow.  Farther northwest across our region little if any accumulation is expected.  A few flurries are possible mid to late week, otherwise expect mostly cloudy skies with gusty winds and more below average temperatures.
  • Happy 1st Day of Spring!

    Happy 1st Day of Spring!

    Tuesday, March 20 2018 4:26 AM EDT2018-03-20 08:26:32 GMT
    A Happy 1st Day of Astronomical Spring! This is also referred to as the Vernal Equinox occurring in the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth. Today the area will experience approximately an equal day to night ratio when talking sunlight. (aka equal amount of light versus dark) Today the equinox occurs at 12:15 PM, this is the moment when the sun crosses the celestial Equator from south to north.  Today's weather will feature more sunshine with highs below average yet again for the T...
    A Happy 1st Day of Astronomical Spring! This is also referred to as the Vernal Equinox occurring in the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth. Today the area will experience approximately an equal day to night ratio when talking sunlight. (aka equal amount of light versus dark) Today the equinox occurs at 12:15 PM, this is the moment when the sun crosses the celestial Equator from south to north.  Today's weather will feature more sunshine with highs below average yet again for the T...
  • A Cold Start to Spring

    A Cold Start to Spring

    Monday, March 19 2018 5:01 PM EDT2018-03-19 21:01:38 GMT
    Spring will begin with near record low temperatures.  Under mostly clear skies tonight, temperatures will bottom out near 10.  The record low for Tuesday is 6 set back in 1956.  Daytime temperatures Tuesday will only rise into the mid 30s.  It looks as though we'll be stuck in this cold pattern right through the upcoming weekend with high temperatures mostly in the 30s.
    Spring will begin with near record low temperatures.  Under mostly clear skies tonight, temperatures will bottom out near 10.  The record low for Tuesday is 6 set back in 1956.  Daytime temperatures Tuesday will only rise into the mid 30s.  It looks as though we'll be stuck in this cold pattern right through the upcoming weekend with high temperatures mostly in the 30s.
  • A Pleasant Way to Start the Week

    A Pleasant Way to Start the Week

    Monday, March 19 2018 4:12 AM EDT2018-03-19 08:12:57 GMT
    Another day filled with sunshine is expected this Monday, but temperatures may be a bit cool at times. Expect a chilly start with temperatures only starting off in the upper teens. Areas of patchy frost may develop. Throughout the day expect plenty of sunshine with a few clouds here and there. Temperatures will be able to rise in the upper 30s near 40 degrees by the afternoon, with a light breeze out of the north. Everything looks perfectly fine for you commute precipitation wise, but...
    Another day filled with sunshine is expected this Monday, but temperatures may be a bit cool at times. Expect a chilly start with temperatures only starting off in the upper teens. Areas of patchy frost may develop. Throughout the day expect plenty of sunshine with a few clouds here and there. Temperatures will be able to rise in the upper 30s near 40 degrees by the afternoon, with a light breeze out of the north. Everything looks perfectly fine for you commute precipitation wise, but...
  • Sunny Sunday for The Twin Tiers

    Sunny Sunday for The Twin Tiers

    Sunday, March 18 2018 8:08 AM EDT2018-03-18 12:08:37 GMT
    The sun will be shining today across the Twin Tiers with most high temperatures in the mid 40s! Make sure to enjoy the day as highs will be dropping back into the mid 30s for your work week.
    The sun will be shining today across the Twin Tiers with most high temperatures in the mid 40s! Make sure to enjoy the day as highs will be dropping back into the mid 30s for your work week.
  • Sun on the Way for St. Patty's Day!

    Sun on the Way for St. Patty's Day!

    Saturday, March 17 2018 6:13 AM EDT2018-03-17 10:13:59 GMT
    We are looking at mostly sunny skies today with highs getting up to near 40. It will be frigid overnight with lows in the mid-low teens, but another day of abundant sunshine is in store for Sunday as well with a high of 41!
    We are looking at mostly sunny skies today with highs getting up to near 40. It will be frigid overnight with lows in the mid-low teens, but another day of abundant sunshine is in store for Sunday as well with a high of 41!
  • St. Patrick's Day Forecast

    St. Patrick's Day Forecast

    Friday, March 16 2018 5:01 PM EDT2018-03-16 21:01:53 GMT
    We'll get a little luck of the Irish this St. Patrick's Day with plenty of sunshine expected across the Twin Tiers.  Temperatures, however, will continue to struggle with highs in the upper 30s.  Breezy conditions out of the northwest will make it feel a bit colder.  Sunshine will stick around through the second half of the weekend with highs on Sunday close to 40.
    We'll get a little luck of the Irish this St. Patrick's Day with plenty of sunshine expected across the Twin Tiers.  Temperatures, however, will continue to struggle with highs in the upper 30s.  Breezy conditions out of the northwest will make it feel a bit colder.  Sunshine will stick around through the second half of the weekend with highs on Sunday close to 40.
  • Helping You Plan Into The Weekend

    Helping You Plan Into The Weekend

    Friday, March 16 2018 7:39 AM EDT2018-03-16 11:39:07 GMT
    Taking a look ahead we will be clearing out by this evening, but some gusty winds will be making their way into the Twin Tiers. Look for overnight wind chills to be in the single digits...brrr! For this weekend, the weather is looking great, with highs in the upper 30s for your St. Patrick's Day.
    Taking a look ahead we will be clearing out by this evening, but some gusty winds will be making their way into the Twin Tiers. Look for overnight wind chills to be in the single digits...brrr! For this weekend, the weather is looking great, with highs in the upper 30s for your St. Patrick's Day.
  • Gusty Winds Friday

    Gusty Winds Friday

    Thursday, March 15 2018 4:57 PM EDT2018-03-15 20:57:59 GMT
    Scattered flurries Friday will give way to more sunshine through the afternoon.  Temperatures will remain below average and winds will become blustery through the day.  A few gusts could approach 30 mph keeping wind chill values in the 20s.  More sunshine is likely through the weekend along with slightly warmer conditions.
    Scattered flurries Friday will give way to more sunshine through the afternoon.  Temperatures will remain below average and winds will become blustery through the day.  A few gusts could approach 30 mph keeping wind chill values in the 20s.  More sunshine is likely through the weekend along with slightly warmer conditions.
  • Some Sun, Some Snow

    Some Sun, Some Snow

    Thursday, March 15 2018 4:16 AM EDT2018-03-15 08:16:53 GMT
    Thursday has a little bit of everything in store for the forecast. Through the morning hours a mix of sunshine and clouds can be expected, with temperatures starting off into the lower 20s. By the afternoon weak low pressure moves in from the west, providing the chance of lighter snow showers. Accumulation is expected to be low, with the area possibly picking up a dusting to an inch. High temperatures will also rise into the upper 30s, near 40 degrees today with winds out of the west ...
    Thursday has a little bit of everything in store for the forecast. Through the morning hours a mix of sunshine and clouds can be expected, with temperatures starting off into the lower 20s. By the afternoon weak low pressure moves in from the west, providing the chance of lighter snow showers. Accumulation is expected to be low, with the area possibly picking up a dusting to an inch. High temperatures will also rise into the upper 30s, near 40 degrees today with winds out of the west ...
  • Gusty Winds Persist Thursday

    Gusty Winds Persist Thursday

    Wednesday, March 14 2018 4:30 PM EDT2018-03-14 20:30:02 GMT

    Winds will remain blustery on Thursday with gusts out of the northwest topping 20 mph at times.  A few snow showers also remain possible although any additional accumulations will be light.  Flurries will taper on Friday with more sunshine expected over the weekend.  Temperatures, however, will remain below average through the period with highs in the 30s.

    Winds will remain blustery on Thursday with gusts out of the northwest topping 20 mph at times.  A few snow showers also remain possible although any additional accumulations will be light.  Flurries will taper on Friday with more sunshine expected over the weekend.  Temperatures, however, will remain below average through the period with highs in the 30s.

  • A Windy & Snowy Wednesday

    A Windy & Snowy Wednesday

    Wednesday, March 14 2018 4:26 AM EDT2018-03-14 08:26:55 GMT
    Throughout the day today expect periodic snow showers across the area, coming in off the back end of low pressure settled towards our northeast. Highs will rise below average, near 34 degrees. Winds will also be quite blustery, with winds out the northwest blowing at about 10 to 20 mph with gusts as high as 30 mph. Accumulation will range anywhere from 1-3" by the end of the day with localized higher amounts averaged near 6" in areas of high terrain. Winter Weather...
    Throughout the day today expect periodic snow showers across the area, coming in off the back end of low pressure settled towards our northeast. Highs will rise below average, near 34 degrees. Winds will also be quite blustery, with winds out the northwest blowing at about 10 to 20 mph with gusts as high as 30 mph. Accumulation will range anywhere from 1-3" by the end of the day with localized higher amounts averaged near 6" in areas of high terrain. Winter Weather...
  • More Snow on the Way

    More Snow on the Way

    Tuesday, March 13 2018 4:27 PM EDT2018-03-13 20:27:31 GMT
    Periods of snow will continue across the Twin Tiers Tuesday Night through Thursday as moisture pinwheels around a nor'easter centered just off the New England coast.  Snowfall amounts through the period will average 1-3" in many valley locations, but some of the higher elevations in the region could pick up close to 6" of snow by Thursday morning.  Gusty winds will also result in blowing and drifting snow.
    Periods of snow will continue across the Twin Tiers Tuesday Night through Thursday as moisture pinwheels around a nor'easter centered just off the New England coast.  Snowfall amounts through the period will average 1-3" in many valley locations, but some of the higher elevations in the region could pick up close to 6" of snow by Thursday morning.  Gusty winds will also result in blowing and drifting snow.
  • Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service

    Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service

    Tuesday, March 13 2018 4:41 AM EDT2018-03-13 08:41:27 GMT
    A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for Tompkins, Yates, Schuyler and Steuben counties from 6PM tonight until 2AM Thursday morning. Steady snowfall will develop tonight and will continue through the duration of Wednesday into Wednesday evening. Accumulations of 2 to 5 inches are possible this evening with an additional 3 to 7 inches possible through Wednesday and Wednesday evening. The highest amount of snow is expected to fall in higher terrain/e...
    A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for Tompkins, Yates, Schuyler and Steuben counties from 6PM tonight until 2AM Thursday morning. Steady snowfall will develop tonight and will continue through the duration of Wednesday into Wednesday evening. Accumulations of 2 to 5 inches are possible this evening with an additional 3 to 7 inches possible through Wednesday and Wednesday evening. The highest amount of snow is expected to fall in higher terrain/e...
  • 25th Anniversary of the "Storm of the Century"

    25th Anniversary of the "Storm of the Century"

    Monday, March 12 2018 7:30 PM EDT2018-03-12 23:30:53 GMT
    It's the 25th anniversary of the '93 blizzard or what many have dubbed "the Storm of the Century".  The storm hit the Twin Tiers hard with many areas picking up over 2 feet of snow.  The strong winds also resulted in considerable drifting.  The combination of the existing snow pack, newly fallen snow and strong winds resulted in snow drifts 8 feet high.  The storm is still this country's most costliest winter storm on record.  270 people died nationa...
    It's the 25th anniversary of the '93 blizzard or what many have dubbed "the Storm of the Century".  The storm hit the Twin Tiers hard with many areas picking up over 2 feet of snow.  The strong winds also resulted in considerable drifting.  The combination of the existing snow pack, newly fallen snow and strong winds resulted in snow drifts 8 feet high.  The storm is still this country's most costliest winter storm on record.  270 people died nationa...
  • Tracking Warmth this Weekend

    Tracking Warmth this Weekend

    Monday, March 12 2018 4:23 AM EDT2018-03-12 08:23:23 GMT

    Here is a look at the potential temperature profile expected throughout this upcoming forecast period. Monday through Friday continues to stay below average temperature wise, especially Tuesday and Wednesday. The area will also be battling the chance for scattered snow through mid week as well. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel! We are tracking a bit of warmth for this upcoming weekend, with highs ranging into the middle to upper 40s and lower 50s across the area. Some sun...

    Here is a look at the potential temperature profile expected throughout this upcoming forecast period. Monday through Friday continues to stay below average temperature wise, especially Tuesday and Wednesday. The area will also be battling the chance for scattered snow through mid week as well. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel! We are tracking a bit of warmth for this upcoming weekend, with highs ranging into the middle to upper 40s and lower 50s across the area. Some sun...

  • Some Sun for your Sunday!

    Some Sun for your Sunday!

    Sunday, March 11 2018 6:17 AM EDT2018-03-11 10:17:49 GMT
    There were some peaks of sun yesterday, but there will be even more on the way for today! Highs will still be below average in the mid-high 30s, but the sun and calm winds will make for a decent weather day. Looking ahead we have the potential for some light snow Monday night and Wednesday so enjoy the day.
    There were some peaks of sun yesterday, but there will be even more on the way for today! Highs will still be below average in the mid-high 30s, but the sun and calm winds will make for a decent weather day. Looking ahead we have the potential for some light snow Monday night and Wednesday so enjoy the day.
  • St. Patrick's Day Parade on the Horizon!

    St. Patrick's Day Parade on the Horizon!

    Friday, March 9 2018 4:53 PM EST2018-03-09 21:53:05 GMT
    Things are looking to stay dry for the Horseheads St. Patrick's Day Parade tomorrow afternoon! Make sure to bundle up as it will be cool with temperatures only getting up into the mid 30s. The only precipitation around looks to be some flurries, so enjoy the parade, but make sure to stay warm!
    Things are looking to stay dry for the Horseheads St. Patrick's Day Parade tomorrow afternoon! Make sure to bundle up as it will be cool with temperatures only getting up into the mid 30s. The only precipitation around looks to be some flurries, so enjoy the parade, but make sure to stay warm!
  • Happy Friday Everybody!

    Happy Friday Everybody!

    Friday, March 9 2018 5:25 AM EST2018-03-09 10:25:48 GMT

    Expect light to moderate snowfall throughout the day today with mostly cloudy sky. High temperatures are also only expected to rise into the mid 30s, the third day in a row where highs were forecast below average. Accumulation will be light throughout with a coating to two inches possible throughout. Some snow showers may reduce visibility at times, as pockets of heavier snow combines with wind gusts as high as 25 mph.  Overnight tonight wind speeds will still be quick, with clo...

    Expect light to moderate snowfall throughout the day today with mostly cloudy sky. High temperatures are also only expected to rise into the mid 30s, the third day in a row where highs were forecast below average. Accumulation will be light throughout with a coating to two inches possible throughout. Some snow showers may reduce visibility at times, as pockets of heavier snow combines with wind gusts as high as 25 mph.  Overnight tonight wind speeds will still be quick, with clo...

  • St. Patrick's Day Parade

    St. Patrick's Day Parade

    Thursday, March 8 2018 5:02 PM EST2018-03-08 22:02:57 GMT
    Skies will remain mostly cloudy heading into the weekend with temperatures below average.  A few flurries are also possible.  If you're heading out to the St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturday you'll want to bundle up.  The parade gets underway in Horseheads at 2 pm.  While flurries are possible, no accumulation is expected.
    Skies will remain mostly cloudy heading into the weekend with temperatures below average.  A few flurries are also possible.  If you're heading out to the St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturday you'll want to bundle up.  The parade gets underway in Horseheads at 2 pm.  While flurries are possible, no accumulation is expected.
  • Thursday Commuter Forecast

    Thursday Commuter Forecast

    Thursday, March 8 2018 4:25 AM EST2018-03-08 09:25:18 GMT
    To all those heading out for work this morning-not a bad start for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes! A typical winter like start with temperatures in the upper 20s. Sky conditions will remain fairly cloudy, with a few peeks of sunshine at times featuring high temperatures below average, near 34. During the day expect occasional scattered light snow showers throughout the afternoon and by your commute home. But not to worry! Accumulations will be low across the area. 
    To all those heading out for work this morning-not a bad start for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes! A typical winter like start with temperatures in the upper 20s. Sky conditions will remain fairly cloudy, with a few peeks of sunshine at times featuring high temperatures below average, near 34. During the day expect occasional scattered light snow showers throughout the afternoon and by your commute home. But not to worry! Accumulations will be low across the area. 
  • Cold with Snow Showers

    Cold with Snow Showers

    Wednesday, March 7 2018 10:16 PM EST2018-03-08 03:16:55 GMT
    The potent nor'easter will linger along the New England coast Thursday before slowly lifting into Canada.  This will keep our weather locked in a chilly pattern with below average temperatures along with scattered snow showers.  Accumulations through the end of the workweek will be minor, however, with most areas only looking at an inch or two of accumulation.
    The potent nor'easter will linger along the New England coast Thursday before slowly lifting into Canada.  This will keep our weather locked in a chilly pattern with below average temperatures along with scattered snow showers.  Accumulations through the end of the workweek will be minor, however, with most areas only looking at an inch or two of accumulation.
  • UPDATE: Winter Weather Advisory issued by National Weather Service has Expired

    UPDATE: Winter Weather Advisory issued by National Weather Service has Expired

    Wednesday, March 7 2018 6:49 AM EST2018-03-07 11:49:51 GMT

    Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service for Tompkins, Bradford and Tioga (NY) until 4AM Thursday morning. Snow may be heavier at times and may result in more snow accumulation. These areas may see localized higher snow totals, up to 6" possible. Expect periods of snowfall through the afternoon and evening that may cause difficult travel conditions in the highlighted counties. 

    Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service for Tompkins, Bradford and Tioga (NY) until 4AM Thursday morning. Snow may be heavier at times and may result in more snow accumulation. These areas may see localized higher snow totals, up to 6" possible. Expect periods of snowfall through the afternoon and evening that may cause difficult travel conditions in the highlighted counties. 

  • The Heaviest Snow Stays East

    The Heaviest Snow Stays East

    Tuesday, March 6 2018 4:58 PM EST2018-03-06 21:58:35 GMT
    Low pressure passing through the Twin Tiers Tuesday night will result in 1-3" by daybreak Wednesday morning.  A nor'easter will develop along the coast on Wednesday with an additional inch or two possible across the Twin Tiers.  Heavier snow is likely east of Elmira with significant accumulations expected near Binghamton.  Lingering snow showers are likely Thursday and Friday with minor additional accumulations possible.
    Low pressure passing through the Twin Tiers Tuesday night will result in 1-3" by daybreak Wednesday morning.  A nor'easter will develop along the coast on Wednesday with an additional inch or two possible across the Twin Tiers.  Heavier snow is likely east of Elmira with significant accumulations expected near Binghamton.  Lingering snow showers are likely Thursday and Friday with minor additional accumulations possible.
  • Rain Switches to Snow Tonight

    Rain Switches to Snow Tonight

    Tuesday, March 6 2018 4:31 AM EST2018-03-06 09:31:01 GMT

    Low pressure continues to swirl out west throughout the day today as a cold front approaches the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Things will stay relatively dry throughout the day with cloudy sky, but as we head towards dinner time showers arrive from this system. Showers will start off as rain since temperatures look to trend into the lower 40s by late day, but throughout the overnight rain will switch to snow. Across the area expect up to 1-2" across the area, with locally higher ...

    Low pressure continues to swirl out west throughout the day today as a cold front approaches the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Things will stay relatively dry throughout the day with cloudy sky, but as we head towards dinner time showers arrive from this system. Showers will start off as rain since temperatures look to trend into the lower 40s by late day, but throughout the overnight rain will switch to snow. Across the area expect up to 1-2" across the area, with locally higher ...

  • Another Nor'easter Midweek

    Another Nor'easter Midweek

    Monday, March 5 2018 10:50 PM EST2018-03-06 03:50:58 GMT
    An area of low pressure pushing out of the Midwest will pass through the Twin Tiers Tuesday and Tuesday night with rain and snow showers.  Snow accumulations Tuesday night with average near an inch.  The storm system will merge with another low pressure system developing along the coast on Wednesday.  This will quickly strengthen into a nor'easter with heavy snow expected from the Poconos up into New England.  Here in the Twin Tiers only light rain and snow is like...
    An area of low pressure pushing out of the Midwest will pass through the Twin Tiers Tuesday and Tuesday night with rain and snow showers.  Snow accumulations Tuesday night with average near an inch.  The storm system will merge with another low pressure system developing along the coast on Wednesday.  This will quickly strengthen into a nor'easter with heavy snow expected from the Poconos up into New England.  Here in the Twin Tiers only light rain and snow is like...
  • Sweater Weather

    Sweater Weather

    Monday, March 5 2018 5:27 AM EST2018-03-05 10:27:15 GMT
    Throughout the day today expect chilly highs with temperatures only reaching the lower 30s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region, the 5 Degree Guarantee 34. Conditions will remain fairly dry as well with clouds mixing in to some sunshine throughout the day. A few flurries cannot be ruled out throughout the day today, but otherwise things will remain pretty clean rain/snow wise. Tonight mostly cloudy sky continues with lows quite cold, bottoming out in the upper teens. Through ...
    Throughout the day today expect chilly highs with temperatures only reaching the lower 30s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region, the 5 Degree Guarantee 34. Conditions will remain fairly dry as well with clouds mixing in to some sunshine throughout the day. A few flurries cannot be ruled out throughout the day today, but otherwise things will remain pretty clean rain/snow wise. Tonight mostly cloudy sky continues with lows quite cold, bottoming out in the upper teens. Through ...
  • Finally Some Sun Today & Tomorrow

    Finally Some Sun Today & Tomorrow

    Sunday, March 4 2018 6:46 AM EST2018-03-04 11:46:35 GMT
    Temperatures will only be rebounding this afternoon into the mid 30s, so having some sun peaking through will be nice for today. Monday comes with mostly sunny skies, but some mixed precipitation and snow look to be back on Tuesday with chances for rain/snow each day thru Friday.
    Temperatures will only be rebounding this afternoon into the mid 30s, so having some sun peaking through will be nice for today. Monday comes with mostly sunny skies, but some mixed precipitation and snow look to be back on Tuesday with chances for rain/snow each day thru Friday.
  • Finally Settling Down, At Least Snow-Wise

    Finally Settling Down, At Least Snow-Wise

    Saturday, March 3 2018 6:12 AM EST2018-03-03 11:12:20 GMT
    Things are finally settling down today with the snow. Some areas saw over a foot, while others only saw a few inches. For the most part today will be overcast, but it will be a very windy day. Please take caution with the potential for blowing snow throughout Saturday!
    Things are finally settling down today with the snow. Some areas saw over a foot, while others only saw a few inches. For the most part today will be overcast, but it will be a very windy day. Please take caution with the potential for blowing snow throughout Saturday!
  • Snowfall Totals

    Snowfall Totals

    Friday, March 2 2018 4:56 PM EST2018-03-02 21:56:03 GMT
    We ended up with a wide range of snowfall totals across the Twin Tiers.  The hardest hit regions will generally west of Campbell, where up to a foot and a half of heavy, wet snow piled up.  Farther east... where the changeover from rain to snow took longer, amounts were much lower.  In the lower elevations from Corning to Elmira to Sayre, snowfall amounts ranged from only 1 to 4 inches.
    We ended up with a wide range of snowfall totals across the Twin Tiers.  The hardest hit regions will generally west of Campbell, where up to a foot and a half of heavy, wet snow piled up.  Farther east... where the changeover from rain to snow took longer, amounts were much lower.  In the lower elevations from Corning to Elmira to Sayre, snowfall amounts ranged from only 1 to 4 inches.
  • Nor'Easter Keeps Churning

    Nor'Easter Keeps Churning

    Friday, March 2 2018 4:22 AM EST2018-03-02 09:22:42 GMT
    The Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes remains in a Winter Storm Warning throughout Friday until 1AM Saturday Morning.  Expect heavy snow showers at times throughout the day with lower visibility as well. Visibility may be dropped down to a 1/4-1/2 a mile in heaviest bands. Winds will also be blustery, gusting upwards of 35-40 mph throughout the day. Fallen snow may blow upwards due to windy conditions. Snowfall continues to accumulate across the area, especially for those in higher t...
    The Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes remains in a Winter Storm Warning throughout Friday until 1AM Saturday Morning.  Expect heavy snow showers at times throughout the day with lower visibility as well. Visibility may be dropped down to a 1/4-1/2 a mile in heaviest bands. Winds will also be blustery, gusting upwards of 35-40 mph throughout the day. Fallen snow may blow upwards due to windy conditions. Snowfall continues to accumulate across the area, especially for those in higher t...
  • Snow Accumulation

    Snow Accumulation

    Thursday, March 1 2018 4:58 PM EST2018-03-01 21:58:34 GMT
    Rain will mix with and change over to snow Thursday night, first across the hilltops and then down into the valleys after midnight.  The snow will be heavy at times through Friday morning with lighter snow expected through the afternoon and evening.  Snowfall totals will range from 3-6" in the valleys to as much as a foot of snow across some of the higher elevations.
    Rain will mix with and change over to snow Thursday night, first across the hilltops and then down into the valleys after midnight.  The snow will be heavy at times through Friday morning with lighter snow expected through the afternoon and evening.  Snowfall totals will range from 3-6" in the valleys to as much as a foot of snow across some of the higher elevations.
  • NWS Upgrades Watch to Warning for Southern Tier and Finger Lakes

    NWS Upgrades Watch to Warning for Southern Tier and Finger Lakes

    Thursday, March 1 2018 5:20 AM EST2018-03-01 10:20:34 GMT
    The National Weather Service has upgraded Chemung, Steuben, Tioga (NY), Yates, Tompkins, and Schuyler counties from a Winter Storm Watch to a Winter Storm Warning from 9PM tonight through Friday, expiring at 1AM Saturday morning. The upgrade was issued due to the likely-hood of heavy snow across the area with blustery wind conditions. The National Weather Service is calling for 6-12" possible for the counties listed with locally higher amounts up to 15" possible in areas of...
    The National Weather Service has upgraded Chemung, Steuben, Tioga (NY), Yates, Tompkins, and Schuyler counties from a Winter Storm Watch to a Winter Storm Warning from 9PM tonight through Friday, expiring at 1AM Saturday morning. The upgrade was issued due to the likely-hood of heavy snow across the area with blustery wind conditions. The National Weather Service is calling for 6-12" possible for the counties listed with locally higher amounts up to 15" possible in areas of...
  • Bradford Central School Weather Talk!

    Bradford Central School Weather Talk!

    Wednesday, February 28 2018 7:13 PM EST2018-03-01 00:13:33 GMT
    Chief Meteorologist Joe Veres stopped by Bradford Central School on Wednesday to visit with the 6th grade students.  Joe discussed various types of severe weather and went over how to stay safe when severe weather strikes.  Students also learned more about tornadoes by creating a tornado simulation using dry ice.
    Chief Meteorologist Joe Veres stopped by Bradford Central School on Wednesday to visit with the 6th grade students.  Joe discussed various types of severe weather and went over how to stay safe when severe weather strikes.  Students also learned more about tornadoes by creating a tornado simulation using dry ice.
  • WINTER STORM WATCH Issued by National Weather Service

    WINTER STORM WATCH Issued by National Weather Service

    Wednesday, February 28 2018 5:15 AM EST2018-02-28 10:15:38 GMT
    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Steuben, Chemung, Tioga (NY), Yates, Schuyler, and Tompkins counties from Thursday Night through Friday, expiring Friday night. An area of low pressure is expected to move into the area late Thursday into Friday morning, continuing throughout Friday afternoon. Showers look to start off as rain and than switch over to snow, that may be heavy at times reducing visibility with higher accumulation possible across t...
    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Steuben, Chemung, Tioga (NY), Yates, Schuyler, and Tompkins counties from Thursday Night through Friday, expiring Friday night. An area of low pressure is expected to move into the area late Thursday into Friday morning, continuing throughout Friday afternoon. Showers look to start off as rain and than switch over to snow, that may be heavy at times reducing visibility with higher accumulation possible across t...
  • Not a Complete Wash Out!

    Not a Complete Wash Out!

    Wednesday, February 28 2018 4:17 AM EST2018-02-28 09:17:05 GMT
    Wednesday will start no different than Tuesday with chilly temperatures and mainly clear sky. As we head into the mid morning, and through the afternoon, cloud cover will really start to increase as well as temperature across the area. Sunshine will begin to fade behind mostly cloudy sky with temperatures tapping out into the mid and upper 50s through the afternoon, well above average once again for this time of year. The Twin Tiers may see the chance for a late day shower across the ...
    Wednesday will start no different than Tuesday with chilly temperatures and mainly clear sky. As we head into the mid morning, and through the afternoon, cloud cover will really start to increase as well as temperature across the area. Sunshine will begin to fade behind mostly cloudy sky with temperatures tapping out into the mid and upper 50s through the afternoon, well above average once again for this time of year. The Twin Tiers may see the chance for a late day shower across the ...
  • Late Week Storm

    Late Week Storm

    Tuesday, February 27 2018 4:58 PM EST2018-02-27 21:58:04 GMT
    We're keeping a close eye on a developing area of low pressure.  There's an agreement among most computer models in tracking a storm system east out of the Ohio Valley Thursday and then redeveloping it off the Mid Atlantic coast on Friday.  This will result in rain showers Thursday followed by a mix of rain and snow Thursday night into Friday.  Temperatures on Friday will be borderline, making for a tricky rain vs snow forecast.  The best chance for several in...
    We're keeping a close eye on a developing area of low pressure.  There's an agreement among most computer models in tracking a storm system east out of the Ohio Valley Thursday and then redeveloping it off the Mid Atlantic coast on Friday.  This will result in rain showers Thursday followed by a mix of rain and snow Thursday night into Friday.  Temperatures on Friday will be borderline, making for a tricky rain vs snow forecast.  The best chance for several in...
  • Another Gorgeous Day on Tap!

    Another Gorgeous Day on Tap!

    Tuesday, February 27 2018 4:24 AM EST2018-02-27 09:24:26 GMT
    Another beautiful day in store for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region this Tuesday. Things will start off a bit chilly, with temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s, but things look to warm up to Spring-Like conditions this Tuesday! Winds may also be a bit breezy at times, anywhere from 5-10 mph out of the southwest, with gusts as high as or in excess of 15 mph occasionally. Temperatures are expected to rise even higher than where we were yesterday, looking to reach ...
    Another beautiful day in store for the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region this Tuesday. Things will start off a bit chilly, with temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s, but things look to warm up to Spring-Like conditions this Tuesday! Winds may also be a bit breezy at times, anywhere from 5-10 mph out of the southwest, with gusts as high as or in excess of 15 mph occasionally. Temperatures are expected to rise even higher than where we were yesterday, looking to reach ...
  • More Sunshine Tuesday

    More Sunshine Tuesday

    Monday, February 26 2018 4:56 PM EST2018-02-26 21:56:44 GMT
    High pressure will remain in control Tuesday with more sunshine expected throughout the Twin Tiers.  Temperatures will also remain quite a bit above average with our 5 Degree Guarantee 57.  More clouds will arrive Wednesday, but temperatures will remain mild.
    High pressure will remain in control Tuesday with more sunshine expected throughout the Twin Tiers.  Temperatures will also remain quite a bit above average with our 5 Degree Guarantee 57.  More clouds will arrive Wednesday, but temperatures will remain mild.
  • What a Great Way to Start the Work Week

    What a Great Way to Start the Work Week

    Monday, February 26 2018 4:09 AM EST2018-02-26 09:09:31 GMT
    After a few gloomy gray days for the Twin Tiers, today will be a change of scenery! More sunshine is expected throughout the day today with warm highs into the lower 50s. Not a bad way to start the week! A few clouds will also be out and about at times, throughout the early morning hours. High pressure will start to take over by mid morning producing brighter conditions, especially when compared to the cloud cover we saw during the weekend. Winds will also be breezy at times out ...
    After a few gloomy gray days for the Twin Tiers, today will be a change of scenery! More sunshine is expected throughout the day today with warm highs into the lower 50s. Not a bad way to start the week! A few clouds will also be out and about at times, throughout the early morning hours. High pressure will start to take over by mid morning producing brighter conditions, especially when compared to the cloud cover we saw during the weekend. Winds will also be breezy at times out ...
  • Mild and Drying Out Sunday Afternoon

    Mild and Drying Out Sunday Afternoon

    Sunday, February 25 2018 6:07 AM EST2018-02-25 11:07:27 GMT
    After a wet start to the morning, mild temperatures will be around for today in the mid 50s, while showers will be tapering off into the afternoon. A mostly sunny Monday is on the horizon!
    After a wet start to the morning, mild temperatures will be around for today in the mid 50s, while showers will be tapering off into the afternoon. A mostly sunny Monday is on the horizon!
  • One Year Since The Hottest Day In February

    One Year Since The Hottest Day In February

    Saturday, February 24 2018 6:15 AM EST2018-02-24 11:15:25 GMT
    A short while ago we had temperatures in the 70s for February, but today we celebrate the one year anniversary of the hottest day in February history recorded at the airport, 75 degrees! 
    A short while ago we had temperatures in the 70s for February, but today we celebrate the one year anniversary of the hottest day in February history recorded at the airport, 75 degrees! 
  • Rain Likely Sunday

    Rain Likely Sunday

    Friday, February 23 2018 6:38 PM EST2018-02-23 23:38:59 GMT
    Low pressure will bring a soaking rain to the region Saturday night and Sunday with the potential for about an inch of rain.  The expected rainfall along with recent snowmelt will result in rises along area streams and creeks.  Drier conditions will return early next week.
    Low pressure will bring a soaking rain to the region Saturday night and Sunday with the potential for about an inch of rain.  The expected rainfall along with recent snowmelt will result in rises along area streams and creeks.  Drier conditions will return early next week.
  • Friday's Weather Headlines!

    Friday's Weather Headlines!

    Friday, February 23 2018 4:30 AM EST2018-02-23 09:30:50 GMT
    As low pressure continues to move in from the west the chance for precipitation will grow throughout the day with mostly cloudy sky expected. Showers also may be mixed, especially early on this morning resulting in slippery surfaces. Early freezing drizzle may create areas of patchy black ice across the area. Ice accumulation may be as high as a tenth of an inch for some. Through the day showers will transition to mainly rain, becoming scattered throughout late day with highs nea...
    As low pressure continues to move in from the west the chance for precipitation will grow throughout the day with mostly cloudy sky expected. Showers also may be mixed, especially early on this morning resulting in slippery surfaces. Early freezing drizzle may create areas of patchy black ice across the area. Ice accumulation may be as high as a tenth of an inch for some. Through the day showers will transition to mainly rain, becoming scattered throughout late day with highs nea...
  • A Light Wintry Mix Early Friday

    A Light Wintry Mix Early Friday

    Thursday, February 22 2018 11:26 PM EST2018-02-23 04:26:45 GMT
    Temperatures will hover right around the freezing mark Friday morning while limited moisture arrives from the southwest.  Patchy freezing drizzle and sleet could result in slick conditions, especially early Friday morning.  Temperatures will eventually rise into the lower 40s Friday with the wintry mix expected to change over to rain showers by afternoon.
    Temperatures will hover right around the freezing mark Friday morning while limited moisture arrives from the southwest.  Patchy freezing drizzle and sleet could result in slick conditions, especially early Friday morning.  Temperatures will eventually rise into the lower 40s Friday with the wintry mix expected to change over to rain showers by afternoon.
  • Wintry Mix to Snow This Thursday

    Wintry Mix to Snow This Thursday

    Thursday, February 22 2018 4:22 AM EST2018-02-22 09:22:03 GMT
    WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect until 6PM this evening.  Winter Weather returns to the Twin Tiers this Morning, with showers expected to mix with ice, sleet, and freezing rain and than fully transition to snow across the area. Low pressure will continue to track through the area today, with temperatures hovering around freezing with highs maxing out near 34 degrees today. Conditions may be slick, especially for this mornings commute. Be sure to take it slow as your leaving for...
    WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect until 6PM this evening.  Winter Weather returns to the Twin Tiers this Morning, with showers expected to mix with ice, sleet, and freezing rain and than fully transition to snow across the area. Low pressure will continue to track through the area today, with temperatures hovering around freezing with highs maxing out near 34 degrees today. Conditions may be slick, especially for this mornings commute. Be sure to take it slow as your leaving for...
  • Winter Makes a Comeback

    Winter Makes a Comeback

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 4:59 PM EST2018-02-21 21:59:13 GMT
    Low pressure will bring a wintry mix of snow and sleet to the Twin Tiers Thursday.  The heaviest precipitation will occur Thursday morning into the early afternoon hours making for hazardous driving conditions.  Accumulations will generally range from 2-4" with localized higher amounts possible across the Finger Lakes region and on hilltops.
    Low pressure will bring a wintry mix of snow and sleet to the Twin Tiers Thursday.  The heaviest precipitation will occur Thursday morning into the early afternoon hours making for hazardous driving conditions.  Accumulations will generally range from 2-4" with localized higher amounts possible across the Finger Lakes region and on hilltops.
  • Cold Front Arrives this Late Day

    Cold Front Arrives this Late Day

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 4:28 AM EST2018-02-21 09:28:33 GMT
    This Wednesday will start out mild with dry conditions, especially as you head out the door for your morning commute, but do not forget that umbrella OR that heavier jacket. As the day progresses a cold front will continue to press towards the Twin Tiers. Through the afternoon, shower will become likely with light to moderate rainfall expected ahead of the frontal boundary. As the cold front moves through late day, temperatures to end your work day will be significantly cooler than wh...
    This Wednesday will start out mild with dry conditions, especially as you head out the door for your morning commute, but do not forget that umbrella OR that heavier jacket. As the day progresses a cold front will continue to press towards the Twin Tiers. Through the afternoon, shower will become likely with light to moderate rainfall expected ahead of the frontal boundary. As the cold front moves through late day, temperatures to end your work day will be significantly cooler than wh...
  • More Mild Temperatures Wednesday

    More Mild Temperatures Wednesday

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 12:43 AM EST2018-02-21 05:43:56 GMT
    Temperatures will once again end up about 30 degrees above average on Wednesday with temperatures expected to top out in the mid to upper 60s.  A cold front will approach during the afternoon with showers becoming likely.  Colder conditions will follow with more seasonable temperatures expected to return Thursday.  There's also the chance for mixed rain and snow showers by Thursday morning with an inch or two of accumulation possible.
    Temperatures will once again end up about 30 degrees above average on Wednesday with temperatures expected to top out in the mid to upper 60s.  A cold front will approach during the afternoon with showers becoming likely.  Colder conditions will follow with more seasonable temperatures expected to return Thursday.  There's also the chance for mixed rain and snow showers by Thursday morning with an inch or two of accumulation possible.
  • Potential Record Breaking Warmth

    Potential Record Breaking Warmth

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 4:14 AM EST2018-02-20 09:14:32 GMT
    A warmer than average day in store for the Twin Tiers with mainly dry conditions expected. A warm front has tracked towards the north, leaving the area settled in most mild sector of the frontal boundary. What this means for the Twin Tiers, you may ask? Potentially record breaking temperatures rising into the upper 60s, close to near 70 degrees! The last record was set in 2016 with a high temperature of 63. Also, since that warm front is settled up north, the area will have ...
    A warmer than average day in store for the Twin Tiers with mainly dry conditions expected. A warm front has tracked towards the north, leaving the area settled in most mild sector of the frontal boundary. What this means for the Twin Tiers, you may ask? Potentially record breaking temperatures rising into the upper 60s, close to near 70 degrees! The last record was set in 2016 with a high temperature of 63. Also, since that warm front is settled up north, the area will have ...
  • Record Warmth Ahead!

    Record Warmth Ahead!

    Monday, February 19 2018 7:44 PM EST2018-02-20 00:44:27 GMT

    A warm front will lift through the region Monday night, ushering in unseasonably mild conditions Tuesday and Wednesday.  Records will likely fall both days with temperatures a good 30 degrees above average.  A cold front will drop temperatures closer to seasonal levels for Thursday and Friday.

    A warm front will lift through the region Monday night, ushering in unseasonably mild conditions Tuesday and Wednesday.  Records will likely fall both days with temperatures a good 30 degrees above average.  A cold front will drop temperatures closer to seasonal levels for Thursday and Friday.

  • Break Out the Short Sleeves!

    Break Out the Short Sleeves!

    Monday, February 19 2018 4:16 AM EST2018-02-19 09:16:22 GMT
    Over the next 7-days temperatures are going to be warmer than warm here for the Twin Tiers, especially for this time of year! Throughout this week temperatures will remain well above average, keep in mind we are still in the month of February! The warm up begins today with highs mainly into the 40s, but as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday things really start to heat up! Spring-like conditions filter in with highs expected to reach the upper 60s and lower 70s! Thursday things cool do...
    Over the next 7-days temperatures are going to be warmer than warm here for the Twin Tiers, especially for this time of year! Throughout this week temperatures will remain well above average, keep in mind we are still in the month of February! The warm up begins today with highs mainly into the 40s, but as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday things really start to heat up! Spring-like conditions filter in with highs expected to reach the upper 60s and lower 70s! Thursday things cool do...
  • A Beautiful February Day Ahead

    A Beautiful February Day Ahead

    Sunday, February 18 2018 6:27 AM EST2018-02-18 11:27:48 GMT
    Moving past our light snow accumulation from last night brings us to a great weather day! Temperatures will be getting up into the lower-mid 40s with abundant sunshine. This will be just be the humble beginnings of our warming trend, as temperatures in the 60s will be here by Tuesday.
    Moving past our light snow accumulation from last night brings us to a great weather day! Temperatures will be getting up into the lower-mid 40s with abundant sunshine. This will be just be the humble beginnings of our warming trend, as temperatures in the 60s will be here by Tuesday.
  • Seasonable With Some Nuisance Snow Late

    Seasonable With Some Nuisance Snow Late

    Saturday, February 17 2018 6:45 AM EST2018-02-17 11:45:39 GMT

    Today is going to be an extremely seasonable day, with highs right around average for our viewing area, and clouds building in this afternoon. However, some light snow accumulation is on the way for tonight, but not much to get excited about with snow totals expected to be around 1".

    Today is going to be an extremely seasonable day, with highs right around average for our viewing area, and clouds building in this afternoon. However, some light snow accumulation is on the way for tonight, but not much to get excited about with snow totals expected to be around 1".

  • Light Snow Saturday Night

    Light Snow Saturday Night

    Friday, February 16 2018 5:03 PM EST2018-02-16 22:03:09 GMT
    Low pressure will pass to our southeast Saturday night just brushing us here in the Twin Tiers with light snow.  Snow will develop during the evening and then taper shortly after midnight.  Accumulations for most areas will average near an inch with slightly higher amounts possible well south and east of Elmira.
    Low pressure will pass to our southeast Saturday night just brushing us here in the Twin Tiers with light snow.  Snow will develop during the evening and then taper shortly after midnight.  Accumulations for most areas will average near an inch with slightly higher amounts possible well south and east of Elmira.
  • Rain Tapers with Cooler Air Taking Over

    Rain Tapers with Cooler Air Taking Over

    Friday, February 16 2018 4:13 AM EST2018-02-16 09:13:19 GMT
    Early bird commuters, if your heading out the door early this morning have the umbrella on hand and be ready for lower visibility. Some roads are covered in dense fog, dropping visibility dramatically. Rain should finish up and fog should lift by mid morning, leaving mostly cloudy sky. Highs have already been established since early this morning, but throughout the day, daytime high temperatures will tap out around 40 degrees and will slowly decrease throughout the afternoon. Expect t...
    Early bird commuters, if your heading out the door early this morning have the umbrella on hand and be ready for lower visibility. Some roads are covered in dense fog, dropping visibility dramatically. Rain should finish up and fog should lift by mid morning, leaving mostly cloudy sky. Highs have already been established since early this morning, but throughout the day, daytime high temperatures will tap out around 40 degrees and will slowly decrease throughout the afternoon. Expect t...
  • Rain Likely Thursday Night

    Rain Likely Thursday Night

    Thursday, February 15 2018 4:35 PM EST2018-02-15 21:35:52 GMT
    Low pressure will bring rain into the Twin Tiers Thursday night with low temperatures in the upper 30s.  The rain will taper off Friday morning as a cold front pushes through the region.  Rainfall totals will range from 1/4"-1/2".  Temperatures will start out near 40 and then drop into the 30s through the day.  Skies will become partly sunny with flurries possible.
    Low pressure will bring rain into the Twin Tiers Thursday night with low temperatures in the upper 30s.  The rain will taper off Friday morning as a cold front pushes through the region.  Rainfall totals will range from 1/4"-1/2".  Temperatures will start out near 40 and then drop into the 30s through the day.  Skies will become partly sunny with flurries possible.
  • Have that Umbrella, Especially Tonight!

    Have that Umbrella, Especially Tonight!

    Thursday, February 15 2018 4:17 AM EST2018-02-15 09:17:49 GMT
    Throughout the area today clouds will be the majority of the sky with the potential for a few peaks of sun and spotty rain showers during the afternoon. Highs will also be unseasonably mild, reaching the upper 50s close to near 60 degrees this afternoon! Tonight holds a higher likely-hood of rainfall across the area, with light to moderate precipitation expected. Rainfall totals look to rise near 1/2", with higher totals possible towards far western portions of Steuben and Potter...
    Throughout the area today clouds will be the majority of the sky with the potential for a few peaks of sun and spotty rain showers during the afternoon. Highs will also be unseasonably mild, reaching the upper 50s close to near 60 degrees this afternoon! Tonight holds a higher likely-hood of rainfall across the area, with light to moderate precipitation expected. Rainfall totals look to rise near 1/2", with higher totals possible towards far western portions of Steuben and Potter...
  • Unseasonably Mild Thursday

    Unseasonably Mild Thursday

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 6:28 PM EST2018-02-14 23:28:29 GMT
    One area of low pressure will push to our east on Thursday with another set to arrive from the west during the evening.  In between the systems we're only expecting spotty showers along with unseasonably warm temperatures.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 58.  A cold front will pass through early Friday with rain showers expected to mix with a few snow showers before ending.  
    One area of low pressure will push to our east on Thursday with another set to arrive from the west during the evening.  In between the systems we're only expecting spotty showers along with unseasonably warm temperatures.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 58.  A cold front will pass through early Friday with rain showers expected to mix with a few snow showers before ending.  
  • Things are Heating Up this Wednesday!

    Things are Heating Up this Wednesday!

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 4:17 AM EST2018-02-14 09:17:27 GMT
    Winds out of the southwest will usher in warmer air to the Twin Tiers this Valentine's Day. Highs are expected to rise into the upper 40s, close to near 50 degrees this afternoon. That is well above where we usually are (temperature wise) for this time of year! Through the day expect cloudy sky with intervals of sunshine peaking through and calm winds out of the southwest. Throughout the overnight a slight chance for showers moves in, with more cloud cover and lows staying mild. ...
    Winds out of the southwest will usher in warmer air to the Twin Tiers this Valentine's Day. Highs are expected to rise into the upper 40s, close to near 50 degrees this afternoon. That is well above where we usually are (temperature wise) for this time of year! Through the day expect cloudy sky with intervals of sunshine peaking through and calm winds out of the southwest. Throughout the overnight a slight chance for showers moves in, with more cloud cover and lows staying mild. ...
  • Warming Up for Valentine's Day!

    Warming Up for Valentine's Day!

    Tuesday, February 13 2018 4:49 PM EST2018-02-13 21:49:18 GMT
    Southwesterly winds will help push temperatures into the mid 40s for Valentine's Day.  We're also expecting dry conditions, but skies will be mostly cloudy.  The clouds will stick around on Thursday with even warmer temperatures with highs in the mid 50s.
    Southwesterly winds will help push temperatures into the mid 40s for Valentine's Day.  We're also expecting dry conditions, but skies will be mostly cloudy.  The clouds will stick around on Thursday with even warmer temperatures with highs in the mid 50s.
  • A Seasonable Sunshiny Tuesday on Tap!

    A Seasonable Sunshiny Tuesday on Tap!

    Tuesday, February 13 2018 4:14 AM EST2018-02-13 09:14:53 GMT
    Another gorgeous day in store for the Twin Tiers this Tuesday! Expect chilly temperatures to start this morning off with a few light lake enhanced flurries about. By mid morning most precipitation should be out of the way with plenty of sunshine and a few clouds to enjoy. Temperatures will remain in the low to mid 30s throughout the day (quite seasonable for this time of year), tapping out near 35 through the afternoon. Sunshine and calm winds will make it feel a bit warmer as yo...
    Another gorgeous day in store for the Twin Tiers this Tuesday! Expect chilly temperatures to start this morning off with a few light lake enhanced flurries about. By mid morning most precipitation should be out of the way with plenty of sunshine and a few clouds to enjoy. Temperatures will remain in the low to mid 30s throughout the day (quite seasonable for this time of year), tapping out near 35 through the afternoon. Sunshine and calm winds will make it feel a bit warmer as yo...
  • Seasonably Cold Tuesday; Warmer Late Week

    Seasonably Cold Tuesday; Warmer Late Week

    Monday, February 12 2018 4:51 PM EST2018-02-12 21:51:57 GMT
    Seasonably cold conditions are likely Tuesday along with mostly sunny skies.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 33.  Southerly winds will help boost temperatures mid to late week with mid 40s expected Wednesday followed by mid 50s on Thursday.  Our next chance for precipitation will come Wednesday night into Thursday with the chance for rain showers.
    Seasonably cold conditions are likely Tuesday along with mostly sunny skies.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 33.  Southerly winds will help boost temperatures mid to late week with mid 40s expected Wednesday followed by mid 50s on Thursday.  Our next chance for precipitation will come Wednesday night into Thursday with the chance for rain showers.
  • Monday's Bus Stop Forecast!

    Monday's Bus Stop Forecast!

    Monday, February 12 2018 4:10 AM EST2018-02-12 09:10:07 GMT
    If the kids are heading out to school this morning, conditions will not be too bad! If waiting for the bus temperatures will be in the mid to upper 20s around the area, with dry conditions and cloudy sky. Throughout the afternoon sunshine will take over with seasonable high temperatures in the low to mid 30s. Rain showers are not expected throughout the day, so you can leave the umbrella at home, but you still may need your winters jacket to stay warm this morning! If kids are wa...
    If the kids are heading out to school this morning, conditions will not be too bad! If waiting for the bus temperatures will be in the mid to upper 20s around the area, with dry conditions and cloudy sky. Throughout the afternoon sunshine will take over with seasonable high temperatures in the low to mid 30s. Rain showers are not expected throughout the day, so you can leave the umbrella at home, but you still may need your winters jacket to stay warm this morning! If kids are wa...
  • Rain Still Putting a Damper on Things

    Rain Still Putting a Damper on Things

    Sunday, February 11 2018 6:33 AM EST2018-02-11 11:33:05 GMT
    Temperatures will be stretching up into the low and mid 40s for us again today, but an icy mix changing over to rain will make for a messier weather day. Areas to the west look to stay drier today, but please have an umbrella handy for this afternoon either way. The good news is we will be clearing out for the upcoming work week!
    Temperatures will be stretching up into the low and mid 40s for us again today, but an icy mix changing over to rain will make for a messier weather day. Areas to the west look to stay drier today, but please have an umbrella handy for this afternoon either way. The good news is we will be clearing out for the upcoming work week!
  • Getting a Little Mixed Up Today

    Getting a Little Mixed Up Today

    Saturday, February 10 2018 6:46 AM EST2018-02-10 11:46:18 GMT

    Highs will be above average this weekend, but they will be partnered with mixed precipitation and scattered rain showers. This morning a wintry mix is surrounding our viewing area, with some of that making its way in this afternoon through tomorrow. Most will see rain during the mid afternoon to early evening, but areas in higher elevations, be mindful of freezing rain and sleet. Overnight some light snow will be mixing itself in as temperatures dip back below 30. 

    Highs will be above average this weekend, but they will be partnered with mixed precipitation and scattered rain showers. This morning a wintry mix is surrounding our viewing area, with some of that making its way in this afternoon through tomorrow. Most will see rain during the mid afternoon to early evening, but areas in higher elevations, be mindful of freezing rain and sleet. Overnight some light snow will be mixing itself in as temperatures dip back below 30. 

  • A Warmer, but Unsettled Weekend

    A Warmer, but Unsettled Weekend

    Friday, February 9 2018 4:55 PM EST2018-02-09 21:55:53 GMT
    A warm front will lift through the region Friday night into Saturday, ushering in warmer conditions.  Temperatures on Saturday will top out in the lower 40s with scattered rain showers likely.  The frontal boundary will sink back to the south Saturday night with showers becoming likely.  Temperatures Saturday night will drop into the upper 20s to near 30, resulting in a wintry mix.
    A warm front will lift through the region Friday night into Saturday, ushering in warmer conditions.  Temperatures on Saturday will top out in the lower 40s with scattered rain showers likely.  The frontal boundary will sink back to the south Saturday night with showers becoming likely.  Temperatures Saturday night will drop into the upper 20s to near 30, resulting in a wintry mix.
  • More Snow to Finish out the Week!

    More Snow to Finish out the Week!

    Friday, February 9 2018 4:13 AM EST2018-02-09 09:13:16 GMT
    If you don't think we got enough of the white stuff earlier this week-We have some good news for you! More snow showers are working their way into the area this morning, and will continue throughout the day. Snow showers will be steady at times, but should remain on the lighter side, especially when compared to the white out conditions the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes saw on Wednesday. Accumulation will range from 1-3" locally, with more possible on the western edge of the area (f...
    If you don't think we got enough of the white stuff earlier this week-We have some good news for you! More snow showers are working their way into the area this morning, and will continue throughout the day. Snow showers will be steady at times, but should remain on the lighter side, especially when compared to the white out conditions the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes saw on Wednesday. Accumulation will range from 1-3" locally, with more possible on the western edge of the area (f...
  • Snow Likely Friday

    Snow Likely Friday

    Thursday, February 8 2018 4:54 PM EST2018-02-08 21:54:27 GMT
    Low pressure will lift a warm front through the region on Friday with light snow likely.  The light snow will develop by mid-morning Friday and continue through the day.  Most of the snow will be light, but steady.  Accumulations of up to 1" expected across the Northern Tier with 2-4" expected across the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes with localized higher amounts possible.
    Low pressure will lift a warm front through the region on Friday with light snow likely.  The light snow will develop by mid-morning Friday and continue through the day.  Most of the snow will be light, but steady.  Accumulations of up to 1" expected across the Northern Tier with 2-4" expected across the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes with localized higher amounts possible.
  • Calm Today but More Snow Friday

    Calm Today but More Snow Friday

    Thursday, February 8 2018 4:11 AM EST2018-02-08 09:11:06 GMT
    Even though calm, mainly dry conditions have moved into the area today, we are tracking a few more snow showers for Friday. Snow showers will be a bit lighter than what we experienced on Wednesday, with lower total accumulation for the area. Mainly looking at potentially 1-2" locally with a bit more possible out towards the west (~2-3'). Roads may be slippery as snow falls throughout the day Friday. Stick with us for any updates!   
    Even though calm, mainly dry conditions have moved into the area today, we are tracking a few more snow showers for Friday. Snow showers will be a bit lighter than what we experienced on Wednesday, with lower total accumulation for the area. Mainly looking at potentially 1-2" locally with a bit more possible out towards the west (~2-3'). Roads may be slippery as snow falls throughout the day Friday. Stick with us for any updates!   
  • Sunshine Returns Thursday, but it Remains Cold

    Sunshine Returns Thursday, but it Remains Cold

    Wednesday, February 7 2018 4:25 PM EST2018-02-07 21:25:28 GMT
    Partly sunny skies are likely Thursday, but temperatures will be about 10 degrees below average.  Expect increasing clouds Thursday night with the chance for light snow across the region on Friday.
    Partly sunny skies are likely Thursday, but temperatures will be about 10 degrees below average.  Expect increasing clouds Thursday night with the chance for light snow across the region on Friday.
  • Winter Storm Warning Broken Down for Wednesday

    Winter Storm Warning Broken Down for Wednesday

    Wednesday, February 7 2018 5:04 AM EST2018-02-07 10:04:55 GMT

    The Winter Storm Warning has been issued through Wednesday morning until Wednesday night around 10PM. Across the area, the First Warning Weather Team wanted to break down the Warning for each county, as conditions may vary across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. Throughout the area expect an average of 6" worth of snowfall.  For Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben, Tompkins and Yates counties, expect areas of heavy snow causing difficult travel conditions throughout the early...

    The Winter Storm Warning has been issued through Wednesday morning until Wednesday night around 10PM. Across the area, the First Warning Weather Team wanted to break down the Warning for each county, as conditions may vary across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. Throughout the area expect an average of 6" worth of snowfall.  For Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben, Tompkins and Yates counties, expect areas of heavy snow causing difficult travel conditions throughout the early...

  • Snow Likely Wednesday

    Snow Likely Wednesday

    Tuesday, February 6 2018 4:45 PM EST2018-02-06 21:45:34 GMT
    Snow will develop around daybreak Wednesday morning and then become heavy at times through the morning and into the afternoon.  Snowfall rates at times could reach 1-2" per hour.  The snow will taper off by late afternoon/early evening with total accumulations expected to average near 6" with localized higher amounts possible.  The winds will pick up during the evening resulting in blowing and drifting snow...even after the snow tapers off.
    Snow will develop around daybreak Wednesday morning and then become heavy at times through the morning and into the afternoon.  Snowfall rates at times could reach 1-2" per hour.  The snow will taper off by late afternoon/early evening with total accumulations expected to average near 6" with localized higher amounts possible.  The winds will pick up during the evening resulting in blowing and drifting snow...even after the snow tapers off.
  • Areas of Light Snow this Tuesday Morning

    Areas of Light Snow this Tuesday Morning

    Tuesday, February 6 2018 3:56 AM EST2018-02-06 08:56:35 GMT
    If your heading out for your morning commute, be sure to take it slow! A cold front is moving through the area, and it is ushering in a few lighter snow showers early this morning around the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. Showers are expected to taper through mid morning, revealing mainly cloudy sky through the afternoon with high temperatures near 30. Accumulation will also be on the light side, with most of the area receiving less than an inch of snowfall and with some location...
    If your heading out for your morning commute, be sure to take it slow! A cold front is moving through the area, and it is ushering in a few lighter snow showers early this morning around the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. Showers are expected to taper through mid morning, revealing mainly cloudy sky through the afternoon with high temperatures near 30. Accumulation will also be on the light side, with most of the area receiving less than an inch of snowfall and with some location...
  • Snow Likely Wednesday

    Snow Likely Wednesday

    Monday, February 5 2018 4:53 PM EST2018-02-05 21:53:25 GMT
    Low pressure will lift out of the Tennessee Valley on Wednesday with snow likely here in the Twin Tiers.  Snow will develop Wednesday morning and could become heavy at times by late morning and early afternoon.  Some sleet may mix in at times during the afternoon.  The storm system will quickly exit Wednesday evening with drier conditions expected on Thursday.  Overall, snowfall accumulations will average near 6".  A Winter Storm Watch has been posted for...
    Low pressure will lift out of the Tennessee Valley on Wednesday with snow likely here in the Twin Tiers.  Snow will develop Wednesday morning and could become heavy at times by late morning and early afternoon.  Some sleet may mix in at times during the afternoon.  The storm system will quickly exit Wednesday evening with drier conditions expected on Thursday.  Overall, snowfall accumulations will average near 6".  A Winter Storm Watch has been posted for...
  • A Fairly Seasonable Week Ahead!

    A Fairly Seasonable Week Ahead!

    Monday, February 5 2018 4:16 AM EST2018-02-05 09:16:27 GMT
    This week high temperatures look to swing between the upper 20s and lower 30s throughout, which is pretty seasonable for this time of year. The Twin Tiers is usually around 34 degrees, pretty similar to projected highs this upcoming week. We will also have the chance for some wintry precipitation, typical for February. Towards the end of the 7-Day forecast, highs trend a bit warmer, topping out into the upper 30s by Sunday!
    This week high temperatures look to swing between the upper 20s and lower 30s throughout, which is pretty seasonable for this time of year. The Twin Tiers is usually around 34 degrees, pretty similar to projected highs this upcoming week. We will also have the chance for some wintry precipitation, typical for February. Towards the end of the 7-Day forecast, highs trend a bit warmer, topping out into the upper 30s by Sunday!
  • Snowy Super Bowl Sunday

    Snowy Super Bowl Sunday

    Sunday, February 4 2018 6:47 AM EST2018-02-04 11:47:58 GMT
    The biggest day of the year in football will come with some snowy conditions. During the afternoon hours into the evening you can expect on and off snow showers with accumulations ranging from 1-3". The potential for some higher totals in localized areas cannot be ruled out. Enjoy the game, but please be mindful if traveling this evening. Things will be clearing out for Monday!
    The biggest day of the year in football will come with some snowy conditions. During the afternoon hours into the evening you can expect on and off snow showers with accumulations ranging from 1-3". The potential for some higher totals in localized areas cannot be ruled out. Enjoy the game, but please be mindful if traveling this evening. Things will be clearing out for Monday!
  • Average day, but more snow on the way!

    Average day, but more snow on the way!

    Saturday, February 3 2018 3:02 PM EST2018-02-03 20:02:35 GMT

    Today clouds will be building into the picture, with a few peaks of sun throughout the day. Highs will be desperately reaching into the upper 20s into the later afternoon hours. Those clouds will be sticking around into the night, but things will be getting much more interesting on Sunday. Snow will be making its way into the picture with some higher accumulations possible in local areas! Totals are looking to be around 2-4" overall so make sure you plan your Super Bowl...

    Today clouds will be building into the picture, with a few peaks of sun throughout the day. Highs will be desperately reaching into the upper 20s into the later afternoon hours. Those clouds will be sticking around into the night, but things will be getting much more interesting on Sunday. Snow will be making its way into the picture with some higher accumulations possible in local areas! Totals are looking to be around 2-4" overall so make sure you plan your Super Bowl...

  • More Snow on the Way!

    More Snow on the Way!

    Friday, February 2 2018 7:55 PM EST2018-02-03 00:55:24 GMT
    After a relatively quiet weather day on Saturday, we're expecting snow to push back into the region on Sunday.  One area of low pressure will slide through the Great Lakes region while another over the South heads towards the Mid Atlantic coast.  This will allow light snow to break out Sunday, possible picking up in intensity for awhile Sunday evening.  Not much accumulation is expected during the day Sunday as temperatures are forecast to rise above freezing and there ...
    After a relatively quiet weather day on Saturday, we're expecting snow to push back into the region on Sunday.  One area of low pressure will slide through the Great Lakes region while another over the South heads towards the Mid Atlantic coast.  This will allow light snow to break out Sunday, possible picking up in intensity for awhile Sunday evening.  Not much accumulation is expected during the day Sunday as temperatures are forecast to rise above freezing and there ...
  • Take it Slow this Morning!

    Take it Slow this Morning!

    Friday, February 2 2018 4:53 AM EST2018-02-02 09:53:23 GMT
    If your headed out the door early this morning, be sure to take your time on the roads. The Twin Tiers received a dusting to about an inch of snowfall, with additional frozen areas of ice as well especially on untreated surfaces. Also, allot yourself an extra 10-15 minutes to include clearing your car of any extra snow or ice that may have accumulated and to warm it up for the drive! If traveling by foot, walking to and from your destination may take extra time especially early t...
    If your headed out the door early this morning, be sure to take your time on the roads. The Twin Tiers received a dusting to about an inch of snowfall, with additional frozen areas of ice as well especially on untreated surfaces. Also, allot yourself an extra 10-15 minutes to include clearing your car of any extra snow or ice that may have accumulated and to warm it up for the drive! If traveling by foot, walking to and from your destination may take extra time especially early t...
  • Punxsutawney Phil's Big Day

    Punxsutawney Phil's Big Day

    Thursday, February 1 2018 4:58 PM EST2018-02-01 21:58:24 GMT
    Punxsutawney Phil has been in the forecasting business a long time.  He's been predicting late winter forecasts since 1887!  Most years (103 times) he's seen his shadow which means 6 more weeks of winter.  Only 18 times he didn't see his shadow which means spring is right around the corner.  There are 10 years with no record.  Stay tuned for Phil's forecast Friday morning!
    Punxsutawney Phil has been in the forecasting business a long time.  He's been predicting late winter forecasts since 1887!  Most years (103 times) he's seen his shadow which means 6 more weeks of winter.  Only 18 times he didn't see his shadow which means spring is right around the corner.  There are 10 years with no record.  Stay tuned for Phil's forecast Friday morning!
  • Abnormally Mild this Thursday

    Abnormally Mild this Thursday

    Thursday, February 1 2018 4:20 AM EST2018-02-01 09:20:38 GMT
    And the roller coaster continues! This morning we are already starting off well above where we were yesterday temperatures wise. Mild air has filtered into the area due to a warm front. Due to this pocket of warmth, morning temperatures have been able to remain in the upper 20s with some in the 30s! It is crazy to think that this time yesterday we were in the single digits. Through the day highs will rise into the mid 40s, about 10-15 degrees above the average for this time ...
    And the roller coaster continues! This morning we are already starting off well above where we were yesterday temperatures wise. Mild air has filtered into the area due to a warm front. Due to this pocket of warmth, morning temperatures have been able to remain in the upper 20s with some in the 30s! It is crazy to think that this time yesterday we were in the single digits. Through the day highs will rise into the mid 40s, about 10-15 degrees above the average for this time ...
  • Rain and Snow Showers Thursday

    Rain and Snow Showers Thursday

    Wednesday, January 31 2018 5:01 PM EST2018-01-31 22:01:00 GMT
    Temperatures will rise into the lower 40s Thursday with mixed rain and snow showers likely.  A strong cold front will approach late day with the chance for localized snow squalls followed by much colder temperatures.  Snow accumulations late Thursday will generally range from 1/2" to 2".
    Temperatures will rise into the lower 40s Thursday with mixed rain and snow showers likely.  A strong cold front will approach late day with the chance for localized snow squalls followed by much colder temperatures.  Snow accumulations late Thursday will generally range from 1/2" to 2".
  • A Typical Winter Wednesday

    A Typical Winter Wednesday

    Wednesday, January 31 2018 4:17 AM EST2018-01-31 09:17:20 GMT
    The super blood blue moon can be viewed in the sky this morning just before clouds start to increase, if you can brave the frigid temperatures that have settled into our area! However, things are really going to calm down today weather-wise with a very laid back type of day. The whipping winds that were around yesterday have ceased and we will rise out of these frigid temperatures back near seasonable levels, right around the low 30s. There will be some sunshine around ...
    The super blood blue moon can be viewed in the sky this morning just before clouds start to increase, if you can brave the frigid temperatures that have settled into our area! However, things are really going to calm down today weather-wise with a very laid back type of day. The whipping winds that were around yesterday have ceased and we will rise out of these frigid temperatures back near seasonable levels, right around the low 30s. There will be some sunshine around ...
  • Light Snow Possible as you Hop on the Bus!

    Light Snow Possible as you Hop on the Bus!

    Tuesday, January 30 2018 3:56 AM EST2018-01-30 08:56:20 GMT
    As you and your children step out the door early this morning a few light snow flakes can be expected. Totals will result in minimal accumulation with much of the area looking to receive anywhere from 1 to 2" possible throughout the morning. Throw the extra layers on your little ones as temperatures will be cold with blustery winds out of the northwest ranging from 5 to 15 mph with gusts as high as or in excesses of 25 mph. High temperatures mainly going to stick into the lo...
    As you and your children step out the door early this morning a few light snow flakes can be expected. Totals will result in minimal accumulation with much of the area looking to receive anywhere from 1 to 2" possible throughout the morning. Throw the extra layers on your little ones as temperatures will be cold with blustery winds out of the northwest ranging from 5 to 15 mph with gusts as high as or in excesses of 25 mph. High temperatures mainly going to stick into the lo...
  • Super Blue Blood Moon

    Super Blue Blood Moon

    Tuesday, January 30 2018 1:27 AM EST2018-01-30 06:27:08 GMT
    Wednesday January 31 we'll have a Super Blue Blood Moon to view.  Basically we can expect a brighter and larger full moon compared to average as the moon will be at its closest point to Earth within its orbit.  It's called a blue moon because this will be the second full moon within one month and a blood moon because a lunar eclipse will cast a "reddish" shadow onto the moon.  Here in the Twin Tiers we can expect a partial lunar eclipse which will last from 6:...
    Wednesday January 31 we'll have a Super Blue Blood Moon to view.  Basically we can expect a brighter and larger full moon compared to average as the moon will be at its closest point to Earth within its orbit.  It's called a blue moon because this will be the second full moon within one month and a blood moon because a lunar eclipse will cast a "reddish" shadow onto the moon.  Here in the Twin Tiers we can expect a partial lunar eclipse which will last from 6:...
  • WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY Issued by the NWS

    WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY Issued by the NWS

    Monday, January 29 2018 4:51 AM EST2018-01-29 09:51:06 GMT

    A Winter Weather Advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for Steuben County from 10PM this evening until 1PM Tuesday afternoon. The advisory is put into effect due to the threat of snowfall Monday night through Tuesday morning. Accumulation for the area is expected to range from 1-2" with higher totals possible of 2-4", especially in western portions of the area. Beware lowered visibility at times due to blowing and drifting snow, as winds will be gusty at times....

    A Winter Weather Advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for Steuben County from 10PM this evening until 1PM Tuesday afternoon. The advisory is put into effect due to the threat of snowfall Monday night through Tuesday morning. Accumulation for the area is expected to range from 1-2" with higher totals possible of 2-4", especially in western portions of the area. Beware lowered visibility at times due to blowing and drifting snow, as winds will be gusty at times....

  • More Seasonable Temperatures on the Way

    More Seasonable Temperatures on the Way

    Sunday, January 28 2018 8:59 AM EST2018-01-28 13:59:29 GMT
    After another mild day Sunday with temperatures in the 40s, a cold front will drop temperatures back to seasonable levels for Monday.  We're expecting highs to begin the new workweek in the mid 30s.  Low pressure will bring the chance for light snow our way late Monday night into Tuesday with the chance for 1-2".
    After another mild day Sunday with temperatures in the 40s, a cold front will drop temperatures back to seasonable levels for Monday.  We're expecting highs to begin the new workweek in the mid 30s.  Low pressure will bring the chance for light snow our way late Monday night into Tuesday with the chance for 1-2".
  • Warmer Temperatures as Fine as the Wine

    Warmer Temperatures as Fine as the Wine

    Saturday, January 27 2018 7:14 AM EST2018-01-27 12:14:46 GMT
    A dry start to this Saturday with conditions changing throughout the afternoon! If you're headed out to Wine On Ice temperatures will be well above average tapping out in the lower 50s. You may be able to substitute that heavy jacket for something a bit lighter as you step out the door! Clouds will be increasing through the day with rain arriving late. If your heading to the second session have the umbrella on hand as well as the rain jacket as showers look to continue throu...
    A dry start to this Saturday with conditions changing throughout the afternoon! If you're headed out to Wine On Ice temperatures will be well above average tapping out in the lower 50s. You may be able to substitute that heavy jacket for something a bit lighter as you step out the door! Clouds will be increasing through the day with rain arriving late. If your heading to the second session have the umbrella on hand as well as the rain jacket as showers look to continue throu...
  • Wine On Ice Forecast

    Wine On Ice Forecast

    Friday, January 26 2018 4:12 AM EST2018-01-26 09:12:30 GMT
    If you are headed out this evening or Saturday to this year's annual Wine On Ice event in Downtown Elmira we have your forecast! As today's highs reach the lower 40s, temperatures are not expected to drop off too much from 6-9PM this evening. Expect an evening chill in the air, with temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 30s. It will also remain dry tonight through the first half of Saturday with sunshine. Through Saturday, temperatures will be mild and by the afternoon clouds a...
    If you are headed out this evening or Saturday to this year's annual Wine On Ice event in Downtown Elmira we have your forecast! As today's highs reach the lower 40s, temperatures are not expected to drop off too much from 6-9PM this evening. Expect an evening chill in the air, with temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 30s. It will also remain dry tonight through the first half of Saturday with sunshine. Through Saturday, temperatures will be mild and by the afternoon clouds a...
  • A Warming Trend Ahead

    A Warming Trend Ahead

    Thursday, January 25 2018 4:56 PM EST2018-01-25 21:56:41 GMT
    A warm front will lift our way on Friday with mostly sunny skies and temperatures into the lower 40s.  We'll jump into the upper 40s and lower 50s on Saturday with early sunshine giving way to increasing clouds.  A late day shower is possible with cooler conditions to follow heading into next week.
    A warm front will lift our way on Friday with mostly sunny skies and temperatures into the lower 40s.  We'll jump into the upper 40s and lower 50s on Saturday with early sunshine giving way to increasing clouds.  A late day shower is possible with cooler conditions to follow heading into next week.

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