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Today we start out dry with cloudy skies and scattered flurries. The snow storm we have been waiting on will lift up from the southwest, and will arrive by this afternoon. The snow will become steadier towards evening and will likely become heavy at night. Snowfall rates Saturday night into Sunday morning could approach 2-3" an hour in some heavy bands that are expected to pass through. Travel conditions will be hazardous overnight.

Periods of heavy snow will continue into Sunday morning with the winds expected to become blustery.  The snow will gradually taper through the morning, but significant blowing and drifting is likely through the afternoon, which will continue to result in poor traveling conditions.  Total snowfall across the region will average between 14-19" with localized higher amounts possible, especially in higher elevations.

Temperatures will drop through the teens with real feel temperatures dropping below zero.  The northerly winds could also result in some additional light snow accumulations from the Finger Lakes. Overnight wind chills on Sunday could drop BELOW 20 DEGREES.

It'll remain bitterly cold on Monday with highs only in the single digits.  Skies will remain mostly cloudy with the chance for flurries.  Partly sunny skies are likely Tuesday followed by the chance for mixed rain and snow showers Wednesday as temperatures rise into the mid 30s.

Stay safe out there!

- Tony

 

SATURDAY: Cloudy with snow arriving this afternoon.  The 5 Degree Guarantee 26.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Heavy snow likely.  Low: 16.

SUNDAY: Snow likely, especially through late tomorrow.  Blowing and drifting snow is likely with the winds.  High: 18.  Total snowfall will average between 14-19".

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy and bitterly cold with scattered flurries.  High: 8.

TUESDAY: Peeks of sun.  High: 23.

WEDNESDAY: Possible wintry mix. High: 38.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with snow showers.  High: 33.

FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy.  High: 30.

8-Day Forecast: New York

Sunday
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Cold and windy with snow

Monday
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Frigid with flurries

Tuesday
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Peeks of sun

Wednesday
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Rain and snow showers

Thursday
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Cloudy with snow showers

Friday
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Mostly cloudy

Saturday
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Partly sunny and cold

Sunday
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Mostly cloudy

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    Scattered Light Snow Today

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    Dry and Chilly this Monday

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    So Cold with Winds Enhancing the Chill

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    Snow Remains South this Weekend

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  • Snowflakes for the Commute

    Snowflakes for the Commute

    Thursday, January 10 2019 5:08 AM EST2019-01-10 10:08:54 GMT
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    Gusty Winds with Snow Showers

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    Blustery with Scattered Snow

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    Gusty Winds Usher in Colder Temps

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    An Icy Start Makes Way to Above Average Warmth

    Tuesday, January 8 2019 5:16 AM EST2019-01-08 10:16:51 GMT
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    A Wintry Mix with Gusty Winds Tonight

    Monday, January 7 2019 5:06 PM EST2019-01-07 22:06:58 GMT
    Winds will pick up out of the south tonight with some gusts expected to top 30 mph.  A light wintry mix is also likely with patchy freezing drizzle and sleet expected to result in slick conditions, especially on untreated surfaces.  Warmer conditions are likely tomorrow with highs in the mid 40s and the chance for rain showers.
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  • Winter Weather Advisory in Effect Tonight

    Winter Weather Advisory in Effect Tonight

    Monday, January 7 2019 5:20 AM EST2019-01-07 10:20:08 GMT

    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the entire viewing area starting tonight and continuing through early Tuesday morning. Low pressure will bring snow showers this afternoon, with freezing rain, snow and sleet tonight. Mixed precipitation is expected creating ice accumulations of a light glaze and total snow accumulations of less than one inch into early Tuesday. Winds gusting as high as 35-45 mph, especially higher elevations.

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  • Temperatures Drop With Gusty Conditions

    Temperatures Drop With Gusty Conditions

    Sunday, January 6 2019 8:33 AM EST2019-01-06 13:33:25 GMT
    We already hit our high temperature early this morning, and will continue to decrease from that throughout the entirety of the day. A cold front will be passing through resulting in breezy conditions as well, with gusts up to 30mph possible. Actual surface temps during the day will mostly range in the 30s, but wind chills will be in the 20s. Also, some areas overnight will have real-feels dip into the single digits. Layer up!
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  • Some Saturday Afternoon Sun on the Way!

    Some Saturday Afternoon Sun on the Way!

    Saturday, January 5 2019 8:37 AM EST2019-01-05 13:37:45 GMT

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  • Light Rain/Ice Early Saturday

    Light Rain/Ice Early Saturday

    Friday, January 4 2019 4:30 PM EST2019-01-04 21:30:12 GMT
    Low pressure will approach from the southwest late tonight with increasing clouds and the chance for rain showers after midnight.  With temperatures expected to drop into the lower 30s, some patchy freezing drizzle is also possible.  The showers will taper Saturday morning followed by limited sunshine Saturday afternoon.  A few breaks in the overcast are also possible on Sunday with temperatures in the mid 30s.
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  • A Much Warmer Afternoon

    A Much Warmer Afternoon

    Friday, January 4 2019 5:08 AM EST2019-01-04 10:08:05 GMT
    As high pressure moves into the region, winds from the south will usher in warmer highs through the afternoon. Temperatures will be able to rise near 48 through the afternoon, about 10-15 degrees above average! Conditions should remain dry with sun and clouds through the day, but as we approach midnight clouds will be increasing as well as the chance for rain. Showers may mix with sleet or freezing rain late tonight into early Saturday as temperatures fall near 30. 
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  • Sunshine Returns Friday

    Sunshine Returns Friday

    Thursday, January 3 2019 4:31 PM EST2019-01-03 21:31:13 GMT
    High pressure will briefly build into the region Friday with a mix of sun and clouds along with warmer temperatures.  A storm system across the Ohio Valley will then lift our way Friday night into Saturday with the chance for a mix of rain and snow.  The mix early Saturday will change over to rain showers before ending as temperatures rise into the lower 40s.
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  • Early Mix Clears Through Day

    Early Mix Clears Through Day

    Thursday, January 3 2019 5:05 AM EST2019-01-03 10:05:24 GMT
    Heading out the door this morning a few lingering showers will still be possible as temperatures briefly drop into the lower 30s. Watch any untreated surfaces this morning, as surface temperatures fall closer to freezing this morning wet grounds may develop a thin layer of ice. As low pressure exits the region drier conditions will filter in as temperatures rise near 39. A few breaks of sunshine will develop too through the afternoon across the Twin Tiers.  Tonight clouds will d...
    Heading out the door this morning a few lingering showers will still be possible as temperatures briefly drop into the lower 30s. Watch any untreated surfaces this morning, as surface temperatures fall closer to freezing this morning wet grounds may develop a thin layer of ice. As low pressure exits the region drier conditions will filter in as temperatures rise near 39. A few breaks of sunshine will develop too through the afternoon across the Twin Tiers.  Tonight clouds will d...
  • Early Snow Showers Thursday

    Early Snow Showers Thursday

    Wednesday, January 2 2019 4:40 PM EST2019-01-02 21:40:06 GMT
    A weak area of low pressure will pass through Wednesday night with light snow showers along with patchy freezing drizzle.  Moisture will be limited so any snow accumulations will be under an inch.  Watch out for patchy ice, however, on untreated surfaces early Thursday.  Partial sunshine will return Thursday afternoon with temperatures expected to rise into the upper 30s.
    A weak area of low pressure will pass through Wednesday night with light snow showers along with patchy freezing drizzle.  Moisture will be limited so any snow accumulations will be under an inch.  Watch out for patchy ice, however, on untreated surfaces early Thursday.  Partial sunshine will return Thursday afternoon with temperatures expected to rise into the upper 30s.
  • Not a Bad Way to Get the Year Started!

    Not a Bad Way to Get the Year Started!

    Wednesday, January 2 2019 5:07 AM EST2019-01-02 10:07:46 GMT
    As many head back to work, or get started on those New Year Resolutions, weather today looks pretty good! Chilly conditions to start will make way to a more seasonable high temperature day, rising into the middle 30s this afternoon. Clouds will stick around, with sun mixing in at times through the day. Mainly dry conditions will extend into early evening, before our next batch of precipitation moves in overnight.  Scattered rain and snow becomes likely tonight as a clipper syst...
    As many head back to work, or get started on those New Year Resolutions, weather today looks pretty good! Chilly conditions to start will make way to a more seasonable high temperature day, rising into the middle 30s this afternoon. Clouds will stick around, with sun mixing in at times through the day. Mainly dry conditions will extend into early evening, before our next batch of precipitation moves in overnight.  Scattered rain and snow becomes likely tonight as a clipper syst...
  • 2018 The Wettest Year on Record

    2018 The Wettest Year on Record

    Tuesday, January 1 2019 7:48 PM EST2019-01-02 00:48:21 GMT
    As we head into 2019 the official numbers are out on precipitation totals for Elmira in 2018.  Last year marks the wettest year on record with 57.62 inches of rain, smashing the old record of 49.96" set in 2011.  The records for Elmira date back to 1893.  
    As we head into 2019 the official numbers are out on precipitation totals for Elmira in 2018.  Last year marks the wettest year on record with 57.62 inches of rain, smashing the old record of 49.96" set in 2011.  The records for Elmira date back to 1893.  
  • Windy Conditions Through the Early Afternoon

    Windy Conditions Through the Early Afternoon

    Tuesday, January 1 2019 6:29 AM EST2019-01-01 11:29:04 GMT
    A good portion of our region remains in a wind advisory through today at noon, due to the frequent wind gusts that will be hanging around through lunchtime. Gusts of 35 to 50mph are possible along with a cold front that will be pressing through the Twin Tiers, which is the culprit for these higher wind speeds. Overnight lows will drop back into the teens, as today's temperatures will steadily drop throughout the day.
    A good portion of our region remains in a wind advisory through today at noon, due to the frequent wind gusts that will be hanging around through lunchtime. Gusts of 35 to 50mph are possible along with a cold front that will be pressing through the Twin Tiers, which is the culprit for these higher wind speeds. Overnight lows will drop back into the teens, as today's temperatures will steadily drop throughout the day.
  • A Wet End to 2018

    A Wet End to 2018

    Monday, December 31 2018 5:50 PM EST2018-12-31 22:50:16 GMT
    The wettest year in Elmira will end on a wet note!  Low pressure will keep showers around through much of tonight before tapering Tuesday morning.  Temperatures overnight will remain in the 40s.  New Year's Day will feature gusty winds along with cooler temperatures.  Mid 40s early will give way to 30s through the afternoon.  Dry conditions are likely Wednesday with highs in the lower 30s.
    The wettest year in Elmira will end on a wet note!  Low pressure will keep showers around through much of tonight before tapering Tuesday morning.  Temperatures overnight will remain in the 40s.  New Year's Day will feature gusty winds along with cooler temperatures.  Mid 40s early will give way to 30s through the afternoon.  Dry conditions are likely Wednesday with highs in the lower 30s.
  • A Damp & Windy NYE Night on the Way

    A Damp & Windy NYE Night on the Way

    Monday, December 31 2018 6:29 AM EST2018-12-31 11:29:36 GMT
    During the later stages of our afternoon, rain will return to the Twin Tiers, along with some mild overnight temperatures into New Year's Day. Winds will be gusting upwards of 35mph heading into tomorrow morning as well, which will easily be impacting any outdoor plans to ring in 2019. Please prepare properly for the inclement weather, and keep and extra tight grip on those umbrellas! Looking ahead to January 2nd, you can expect a mix of sun & clouds along with highs bac...
    During the later stages of our afternoon, rain will return to the Twin Tiers, along with some mild overnight temperatures into New Year's Day. Winds will be gusting upwards of 35mph heading into tomorrow morning as well, which will easily be impacting any outdoor plans to ring in 2019. Please prepare properly for the inclement weather, and keep and extra tight grip on those umbrellas! Looking ahead to January 2nd, you can expect a mix of sun & clouds along with highs bac...
  • Gusty Winds to Ring in the New Year

    Gusty Winds to Ring in the New Year

    Sunday, December 30 2018 8:33 AM EST2018-12-30 13:33:01 GMT

    Sunday will be a calmer day with a mix of sun & clouds, along with temperatures topping out in the mid and upper 30s. Heading into NYE, clouds will be on the increase along with rain showers and late day gusty conditions. Wind speeds will be gusting upwards of 30mph, and conditions will be mild as well, with low temperatures dropping off only near 40.

    Sunday will be a calmer day with a mix of sun & clouds, along with temperatures topping out in the mid and upper 30s. Heading into NYE, clouds will be on the increase along with rain showers and late day gusty conditions. Wind speeds will be gusting upwards of 30mph, and conditions will be mild as well, with low temperatures dropping off only near 40.

  • "Chilling Out" This Weekend

    "Chilling Out" This Weekend

    Saturday, December 29 2018 8:29 AM EST2018-12-29 13:29:56 GMT
    We had quite the mild Friday, but temperatures will continue to trend colder throughout the rest of Saturday, as we are on the back end of a cold front that passed through Friday night. With winds out of the west gusting upwards of 20mph, feel-like temperatures will also drop into the 20s and 10s, despite actual temperatures sitting in the 30s. Looking ahead into Sunday, we will have some sunshine on the way, with highs topping out in the mid and upper-mid 30s as well.
    We had quite the mild Friday, but temperatures will continue to trend colder throughout the rest of Saturday, as we are on the back end of a cold front that passed through Friday night. With winds out of the west gusting upwards of 20mph, feel-like temperatures will also drop into the 20s and 10s, despite actual temperatures sitting in the 30s. Looking ahead into Sunday, we will have some sunshine on the way, with highs topping out in the mid and upper-mid 30s as well.
  • Temperatures Trending Colder Throughout Saturday

    Temperatures Trending Colder Throughout Saturday

    Friday, December 28 2018 6:36 PM EST2018-12-28 23:36:11 GMT
    A cold front swings in overnight, bringing cooler and drier air back to the region. Temperatures will fall throughout the day, and we will actually hit the high temperature during the early morning hours. Winds will kick up as well, gusting up to 25 mph out of the northwest, dropping off real feel temperatures into the 20s. For the 2nd half of the weekend, highs will be back into the lower 30s for Sunday with some sunshine.
    A cold front swings in overnight, bringing cooler and drier air back to the region. Temperatures will fall throughout the day, and we will actually hit the high temperature during the early morning hours. Winds will kick up as well, gusting up to 25 mph out of the northwest, dropping off real feel temperatures into the 20s. For the 2nd half of the weekend, highs will be back into the lower 30s for Sunday with some sunshine.
  • A Rainy and Warm Friday

    A Rainy and Warm Friday

    Friday, December 28 2018 5:10 AM EST2018-12-28 10:10:09 GMT
    We will be continuing to track periodic showers across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes as highs warm into the lower 50s! Mostly cloudy sky will also linger between scattered showers as breezy winds out of the south blow into the area. Winds sustained will range from 5-15 mph with gusts as high as 20 mph at times.  Heading towards this evening, shower chance decreases but some lingering moisture is still possible. Low temperatures will be dropping near 39, but coun...
    We will be continuing to track periodic showers across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes as highs warm into the lower 50s! Mostly cloudy sky will also linger between scattered showers as breezy winds out of the south blow into the area. Winds sustained will range from 5-15 mph with gusts as high as 20 mph at times.  Heading towards this evening, shower chance decreases but some lingering moisture is still possible. Low temperatures will be dropping near 39, but coun...
  • A Rainy Friday Ahead for the Twin Tiers

    A Rainy Friday Ahead for the Twin Tiers

    Thursday, December 27 2018 7:05 PM EST2018-12-28 00:05:39 GMT
    Rain showers will press on into the region tonight, and continue to stay with us through early Friday evening. Some areas in the Southern Tier are projected to see less than 0.2" of rain, but I would actually expect about a third of an inch on average for everyone here. Now for the Northern Tier of PA, some areas could easily see 0.5"+ of rainfall through the end of the day. Temperatures will also be unseasonably mild, rising into the lower mid 50s. Cooler air will...
    Rain showers will press on into the region tonight, and continue to stay with us through early Friday evening. Some areas in the Southern Tier are projected to see less than 0.2" of rain, but I would actually expect about a third of an inch on average for everyone here. Now for the Northern Tier of PA, some areas could easily see 0.5"+ of rainfall through the end of the day. Temperatures will also be unseasonably mild, rising into the lower mid 50s. Cooler air will...
  • Rain Arrives Tonight and Continues Tomorrow

    Rain Arrives Tonight and Continues Tomorrow

    Thursday, December 27 2018 5:08 AM EST2018-12-27 10:08:12 GMT
    Throughout this afternoon most should stay dry across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region, with breaks of sunshine possible. This will all change though heading towards midnight tonight as scattered rain arrives with our next low pressure system. Showers will continue to stay likely through early morning commute times, so make sure you have the umbrella handy! Through Friday afternoon scattered showers remain possible with a high near 54 as that system pushes toward New England.
    Throughout this afternoon most should stay dry across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region, with breaks of sunshine possible. This will all change though heading towards midnight tonight as scattered rain arrives with our next low pressure system. Showers will continue to stay likely through early morning commute times, so make sure you have the umbrella handy! Through Friday afternoon scattered showers remain possible with a high near 54 as that system pushes toward New England.
  • Some Sunshine for your Thursday!

    Some Sunshine for your Thursday!

    Wednesday, December 26 2018 6:26 PM EST2018-12-26 23:26:00 GMT
    Overnight we stay mainly cloudy and cool, but clouds will begin to break up heading into Thursday morning. This will allow for a mix of sun and clouds during the day, with high temperatures getting into the lower 40s. However, as we roll on into the nighttime hours, rain showers will filter into the region with a shot of warm air. The high on Friday will be near 53 degrees, but we do gradually cool off into the upcoming weekend.
    Overnight we stay mainly cloudy and cool, but clouds will begin to break up heading into Thursday morning. This will allow for a mix of sun and clouds during the day, with high temperatures getting into the lower 40s. However, as we roll on into the nighttime hours, rain showers will filter into the region with a shot of warm air. The high on Friday will be near 53 degrees, but we do gradually cool off into the upcoming weekend.
  • Boxing Day Forecast

    Boxing Day Forecast

    Wednesday, December 26 2018 5:19 AM EST2018-12-26 10:19:24 GMT
    Heading out to shop today? Or maybe just traveling to your next destination or work? Well conditions are looking calm across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes today! Highs will stay cool this afternoon with light westerly winds.High temperatures will rise near 38 this afternoon. Clouds will settle in with a few flurries here and there. Tonight conditions will stay similar with cloudy sky, and lows dropping near 24. Winds will be reduced through the overnight out of the west, becoming q...
    Heading out to shop today? Or maybe just traveling to your next destination or work? Well conditions are looking calm across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes today! Highs will stay cool this afternoon with light westerly winds.High temperatures will rise near 38 this afternoon. Clouds will settle in with a few flurries here and there. Tonight conditions will stay similar with cloudy sky, and lows dropping near 24. Winds will be reduced through the overnight out of the west, becoming q...
  • A Cool & Dry Start to your Wednesday

    A Cool & Dry Start to your Wednesday

    Tuesday, December 25 2018 7:06 PM EST2018-12-26 00:06:34 GMT
    Lows overnight will dip into the mid 20s, but real feels will drop into the 10s in many spots! If you will be making your way out early, layer up and grab those gloves, as it will be a cold morning with winds remaining out of the west. During the afternoon, feel-like temps will be much closer to the actual surface temperature. Highs will range in the mid to upper 30s. A mix of sun and clouds will be on the way for Thursday, with a high near 40.
    Lows overnight will dip into the mid 20s, but real feels will drop into the 10s in many spots! If you will be making your way out early, layer up and grab those gloves, as it will be a cold morning with winds remaining out of the west. During the afternoon, feel-like temps will be much closer to the actual surface temperature. Highs will range in the mid to upper 30s. A mix of sun and clouds will be on the way for Thursday, with a high near 40.
  • Christmas Day Forecast

    Christmas Day Forecast

    Tuesday, December 25 2018 5:18 AM EST2018-12-25 10:18:16 GMT
    A chilly and quiet Christmas Day on tap! Temperatures will sit into the middle 30s, with clouds and a few flurries. Through the day winds will blow in out of the northwest at about 5-10 mph. Tonight clouds will fill the sky with cold lows near 23 degrees. A few flurries may be possible, but most won't see much added accumulation. 
    A chilly and quiet Christmas Day on tap! Temperatures will sit into the middle 30s, with clouds and a few flurries. Through the day winds will blow in out of the northwest at about 5-10 mph. Tonight clouds will fill the sky with cold lows near 23 degrees. A few flurries may be possible, but most won't see much added accumulation. 
  • Favorable Travel Conditions for Christmas Day

    Favorable Travel Conditions for Christmas Day

    Monday, December 24 2018 6:35 PM EST2018-12-24 23:35:05 GMT
    Merry Christmas Twin Tiers! After some light snow showers this evening, many should be waking up to a very light coating of snow on the ground. It's not a true White Christmas, but I'll take it, as travel conditions will be good for the holiday. The high for tomorrow will be near 35, with mainly cloudy skies, and the same can be said for overnight conditions with lows in the mid 20s.
    Merry Christmas Twin Tiers! After some light snow showers this evening, many should be waking up to a very light coating of snow on the ground. It's not a true White Christmas, but I'll take it, as travel conditions will be good for the holiday. The high for tomorrow will be near 35, with mainly cloudy skies, and the same can be said for overnight conditions with lows in the mid 20s.
  • A Few Scattered Snow Showers

    A Few Scattered Snow Showers

    Monday, December 24 2018 4:58 AM EST2018-12-24 09:58:42 GMT
    Scattered light snow showers will be possible through the day today, as breezy winds blow in out of the west. Accumulations will be low through the day, just watch for a slippery early commute! This afternoon some snow squalls may be possible, producing lowered visibility and quick light accumulations. Slow down, and turn on your headlights if you find yourself in a squall. Most will stay under cloudy sky with a high near 37 today. Tonight a few flurries remain possible with low...
    Scattered light snow showers will be possible through the day today, as breezy winds blow in out of the west. Accumulations will be low through the day, just watch for a slippery early commute! This afternoon some snow squalls may be possible, producing lowered visibility and quick light accumulations. Slow down, and turn on your headlights if you find yourself in a squall. Most will stay under cloudy sky with a high near 37 today. Tonight a few flurries remain possible with low...
  • Some Light Snow to Make for a White Christmas?

    Some Light Snow to Make for a White Christmas?

    Sunday, December 23 2018 8:37 AM EST2018-12-23 13:37:01 GMT
    For the second half of our weekend we remain dry, with high temperatures topping out in the mid to mid-upper 30s. Lows overnight will drop closer to 30, allowing for some light snow accumulation, especially in higher elevations. Snowfall totals will mostly range from .25" - 1". With temperatures on the cooler side to start out the week, many will see a White Christmas, with at the very least a light coating of snow still on the ground.
    For the second half of our weekend we remain dry, with high temperatures topping out in the mid to mid-upper 30s. Lows overnight will drop closer to 30, allowing for some light snow accumulation, especially in higher elevations. Snowfall totals will mostly range from .25" - 1". With temperatures on the cooler side to start out the week, many will see a White Christmas, with at the very least a light coating of snow still on the ground.
  • A Cold & Windy Start to our Weekend!

    A Cold & Windy Start to our Weekend!

    Saturday, December 22 2018 8:17 AM EST2018-12-22 13:17:41 GMT
    We are back to reality with temperatures today, topping out in the mid 30s. However, it's the wind speeds that will be the main weather story for this Saturday. Winds will be gusting upwards of 30mph today, dropping wind chills today into the lower 20s and teens. Make sure to bundle up today! The next chance of precipitation for us will be some light snow Sunday night into Monday morning.
    We are back to reality with temperatures today, topping out in the mid 30s. However, it's the wind speeds that will be the main weather story for this Saturday. Winds will be gusting upwards of 30mph today, dropping wind chills today into the lower 20s and teens. Make sure to bundle up today! The next chance of precipitation for us will be some light snow Sunday night into Monday morning.
  • First Day of Winter!

    First Day of Winter!

    Friday, December 21 2018 4:49 PM EST2018-12-21 21:49:45 GMT
    Today is the winter solstice and marks the first day of winter, officially at 5:23 pm.  Today was anything but winter-like with record high temperatures.  Temperatures this afternoon rose into the mid 60s, breaking the old record of 58 set back in 2013.  Colder conditions will return late tonight with rain showers expected to end as snow showers Saturday morning.  Accumulations will be minor with a coating in the valleys and up to an inch across some of the hi...
    Today is the winter solstice and marks the first day of winter, officially at 5:23 pm.  Today was anything but winter-like with record high temperatures.  Temperatures this afternoon rose into the mid 60s, breaking the old record of 58 set back in 2013.  Colder conditions will return late tonight with rain showers expected to end as snow showers Saturday morning.  Accumulations will be minor with a coating in the valleys and up to an inch across some of the hi...
  • Updated Flood Watch

    Updated Flood Watch

    Friday, December 21 2018 5:26 AM EST2018-12-21 10:26:52 GMT
    The Flood Watch now includes Steuben, Chemung, Tompkins, Yates and Schuyler through Friday night. This was added to the original watch including the counties of Bradford, Tioga (PA), and Tioga (NY). As we head into this evening heavy rain is expected that could contain embedded thunderstorms as temperatures stay near 60, resulting in rainfall amounts of 1.5-2.5"+ across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Regions. The wet soil conditions and this amount of rainfall could result in m...
    The Flood Watch now includes Steuben, Chemung, Tompkins, Yates and Schuyler through Friday night. This was added to the original watch including the counties of Bradford, Tioga (PA), and Tioga (NY). As we head into this evening heavy rain is expected that could contain embedded thunderstorms as temperatures stay near 60, resulting in rainfall amounts of 1.5-2.5"+ across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Regions. The wet soil conditions and this amount of rainfall could result in m...
  • A Wet & Windy Friday

    A Wet & Windy Friday

    Thursday, December 20 2018 4:57 PM EST2018-12-20 21:57:38 GMT
    Low pressure will lift through the region Thursday night and Friday with periods of rain likely.  The rain could be heavy at times with rainfall amounts expected to exceed an inch in spots.  The winds will also become strong with gusts up to 30 mph possible.  Temperatures on Friday will rise into the upper 50s followed by much colder conditions on Saturday with highs in the mid 30s.
    Low pressure will lift through the region Thursday night and Friday with periods of rain likely.  The rain could be heavy at times with rainfall amounts expected to exceed an inch in spots.  The winds will also become strong with gusts up to 30 mph possible.  Temperatures on Friday will rise into the upper 50s followed by much colder conditions on Saturday with highs in the mid 30s.
  • Clouds and Highs Increase

    Clouds and Highs Increase

    Thursday, December 20 2018 4:56 AM EST2018-12-20 09:56:44 GMT
    We are tracking a low pressure system that will first bring clouds to the Twin Tiers. Sunshine will start the day, but through the morning and afternoon sky will become mostly cloudy as highs rise near 47. Most of the day should stay dry, but by late day the chance for showers will move in. Overnight rain continues,, with some pockets producing heavy rainfall at times. Some areas could see anywhere from 1-2" with localized locations picking up closer to 3" of rain into Frida...
    We are tracking a low pressure system that will first bring clouds to the Twin Tiers. Sunshine will start the day, but through the morning and afternoon sky will become mostly cloudy as highs rise near 47. Most of the day should stay dry, but by late day the chance for showers will move in. Overnight rain continues,, with some pockets producing heavy rainfall at times. Some areas could see anywhere from 1-2" with localized locations picking up closer to 3" of rain into Frida...
  • Rain on the Way

    Rain on the Way

    Wednesday, December 19 2018 4:55 PM EST2018-12-19 21:55:05 GMT
    Low pressure will lift out of the South on Thursday with rain expected here in the Twin Tiers by evening.  The rain will continue Thursday night through much of Friday before ending as scattered snow showers Saturday morning.  Rainfall amounts may top 1.0" in many areas which could lead to localized poor drainage flooding.
    Low pressure will lift out of the South on Thursday with rain expected here in the Twin Tiers by evening.  The rain will continue Thursday night through much of Friday before ending as scattered snow showers Saturday morning.  Rainfall amounts may top 1.0" in many areas which could lead to localized poor drainage flooding.
  • Precipitation Arrives For Holiday Travel

    Precipitation Arrives For Holiday Travel

    Wednesday, December 19 2018 4:58 AM EST2018-12-19 09:58:54 GMT
    Another dry day today, but as low pressure arrives from the south rain becomes more likely overnight Thursday into Friday. Showers will continue to fall steadily through Friday with some pockets of heavier rain possible. This may make travel a bit dicey, especially in hardest hitting showers. Good news is most precipitation will fall as rain, since temperatures stay in the 50s. Now Saturday lingering showers will continue as some mix with snow through the afternoon. Temperat...
    Another dry day today, but as low pressure arrives from the south rain becomes more likely overnight Thursday into Friday. Showers will continue to fall steadily through Friday with some pockets of heavier rain possible. This may make travel a bit dicey, especially in hardest hitting showers. Good news is most precipitation will fall as rain, since temperatures stay in the 50s. Now Saturday lingering showers will continue as some mix with snow through the afternoon. Temperat...
  • Warmer Temperatures Wednesday

    Warmer Temperatures Wednesday

    Tuesday, December 18 2018 4:58 PM EST2018-12-18 21:58:25 GMT
    High pressure will result in mostly sunny skies Wednesday along with warmer temperatures.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 45.  Temperatures will remain in the 40s on Thursday, but with increasing clouds and the chance for late day showers.  Rain is likely Friday with highs in the mid 50s.
    High pressure will result in mostly sunny skies Wednesday along with warmer temperatures.  The 5 Degree Guarantee is 45.  Temperatures will remain in the 40s on Thursday, but with increasing clouds and the chance for late day showers.  Rain is likely Friday with highs in the mid 50s.
  • Below Average Highs

    Below Average Highs

    Tuesday, December 18 2018 4:51 AM EST2018-12-18 09:51:47 GMT
    Getting in the holiday spirit? We'll temperatures are expected to feel very winter-esk across our area today, as they only top off near 32 degrees. Winds will also stay breezy for a bit out of the northwest, making it feel even colder at times.  We are still tracking a few more early morning light flurries, but as the day progresses those should decrease as well as clouds through the afternoon. Tonight clouds should clear even more with temperatures falling drastically into the ...
    Getting in the holiday spirit? We'll temperatures are expected to feel very winter-esk across our area today, as they only top off near 32 degrees. Winds will also stay breezy for a bit out of the northwest, making it feel even colder at times.  We are still tracking a few more early morning light flurries, but as the day progresses those should decrease as well as clouds through the afternoon. Tonight clouds should clear even more with temperatures falling drastically into the ...
  • Sunshine Returns Tuesday

    Sunshine Returns Tuesday

    Monday, December 17 2018 4:53 PM EST2018-12-17 21:53:57 GMT
    High pressure will build into the region Tuesday with skies becoming partly sunny.  We're also expecting more breezy conditions with gusts topping 20 mph at times.  Daytime temperatures will remain below average with highs in the lower 30s.  Warmer conditions will follow for mid to late week with highs by Friday into the 50s.
    High pressure will build into the region Tuesday with skies becoming partly sunny.  We're also expecting more breezy conditions with gusts topping 20 mph at times.  Daytime temperatures will remain below average with highs in the lower 30s.  Warmer conditions will follow for mid to late week with highs by Friday into the 50s.
  • Gusty Winds and Light Snow Possible Today

    Gusty Winds and Light Snow Possible Today

    Monday, December 17 2018 4:55 AM EST2018-12-17 09:55:23 GMT
    Today as northwesterly winds pick up to speeds in the mid teens, gusts will be possible of 30 mph through the afternoon. Highs today will stay in the upper 30s, but with the winds, feels like temperatures may feel a lot colder. Light snow is possible as enhanced showers blow in off of the lakes. Accumulation should stay light with most locations only looking at up to an inch on the coldest surfaces or up in high elevations. Tonight light flurries stay possible as breezy winds continue...
    Today as northwesterly winds pick up to speeds in the mid teens, gusts will be possible of 30 mph through the afternoon. Highs today will stay in the upper 30s, but with the winds, feels like temperatures may feel a lot colder. Light snow is possible as enhanced showers blow in off of the lakes. Accumulation should stay light with most locations only looking at up to an inch on the coldest surfaces or up in high elevations. Tonight light flurries stay possible as breezy winds continue...
  • A Messy Sunday for the Region

    A Messy Sunday for the Region

    Sunday, December 16 2018 8:16 AM EST2018-12-16 13:16:24 GMT
    A light morning wintry mix will change over to rain for most of the region this afternoon, with high temperatures reaching into the upper mid 30s. After today's dreary weather, we will be drying out into the nighttime hours with a low near 30. Monday we will see similar highs, but also the chance for some light snow showers, with less than 0.5" of accumulation expected.
    A light morning wintry mix will change over to rain for most of the region this afternoon, with high temperatures reaching into the upper mid 30s. After today's dreary weather, we will be drying out into the nighttime hours with a low near 30. Monday we will see similar highs, but also the chance for some light snow showers, with less than 0.5" of accumulation expected.
  • A Dry and Mild Start to the Weekend

    A Dry and Mild Start to the Weekend

    Saturday, December 15 2018 8:24 AM EST2018-12-15 13:24:03 GMT
    Today we stay on the cloudy side, but temperatures will be making their way up to the lower mid 40s! The dry conditions to kick off the weekend won't stick around long, as a few spotty showers will move in overnight. Those showers will then change to a widespread wintry mix, with more ice and snow possible in higher elevations, and more ice in general for areas in Northern Tier PA. Be careful making your way around tomorrow!
    Today we stay on the cloudy side, but temperatures will be making their way up to the lower mid 40s! The dry conditions to kick off the weekend won't stick around long, as a few spotty showers will move in overnight. Those showers will then change to a widespread wintry mix, with more ice and snow possible in higher elevations, and more ice in general for areas in Northern Tier PA. Be careful making your way around tomorrow!
  • Dry Saturday with a Wintry Mix Sunday

    Dry Saturday with a Wintry Mix Sunday

    Friday, December 14 2018 4:59 PM EST2018-12-14 21:59:02 GMT
    Low pressure will lift out of the Tennessee Valley on Saturday and head towards the Mid Atlantic coast.  Mainly dry conditions are expected across the Twin Tiers on Saturday with cloudy skies and temperatures in the 40s.  Colder conditions will filter into the region on Sunday with the chance for a wintry mix.  Precipitation amounts on Sunday will be on the light side, however, there's the potential for some ice to mix in with snow showers which could cause slick road c...
    Low pressure will lift out of the Tennessee Valley on Saturday and head towards the Mid Atlantic coast.  Mainly dry conditions are expected across the Twin Tiers on Saturday with cloudy skies and temperatures in the 40s.  Colder conditions will filter into the region on Sunday with the chance for a wintry mix.  Precipitation amounts on Sunday will be on the light side, however, there's the potential for some ice to mix in with snow showers which could cause slick road c...
  • Dry Today, but Unsettled this Weekend

    Dry Today, but Unsettled this Weekend

    Friday, December 14 2018 5:07 AM EST2018-12-14 10:07:39 GMT
    Happy Friday y'all! Today mild conditions will move in as clouds continue, a high of 47 expected. Tonight a low pressure system will lift closer to the Twin Tiers and make things unsettled. Rain becomes possible tonight into early Saturday as lows drop near 35. High pressure settled over Canada will actually battle the precipitation, trying to push it south. We are still calling for some scattered rain Saturday mainly over the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania, but a few stray showers are...
    Happy Friday y'all! Today mild conditions will move in as clouds continue, a high of 47 expected. Tonight a low pressure system will lift closer to the Twin Tiers and make things unsettled. Rain becomes possible tonight into early Saturday as lows drop near 35. High pressure settled over Canada will actually battle the precipitation, trying to push it south. We are still calling for some scattered rain Saturday mainly over the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania, but a few stray showers are...
  • Milder Temps Friday

    Milder Temps Friday

    Thursday, December 13 2018 5:03 PM EST2018-12-13 22:03:00 GMT
    Southerly winds will help boost our temperatures Friday with highs in the mid 40s.  Most of the day will be dry, but chances for rain will be on the increase Friday night.  Scattered showers are possible Saturday and Sunday with temperatures remaining in the 40s.
    Southerly winds will help boost our temperatures Friday with highs in the mid 40s.  Most of the day will be dry, but chances for rain will be on the increase Friday night.  Scattered showers are possible Saturday and Sunday with temperatures remaining in the 40s.
  • Lingering Snow Gradually Tapers

    Lingering Snow Gradually Tapers

    Thursday, December 13 2018 5:29 AM EST2018-12-13 10:29:14 GMT
    Through morning commute times light snow is expected to linger while that weak low pressure system pushes east. Minor accumulation on roads and walkways is expected, so be careful driving out on the roads. Now as we press into the afternoon a few light flakes and raindrops may mix as temperatures rise near 38 this afternoon. Most will see cloudy sky through the afternoon and drying conditions, but a few spotty showers still cant be ruled out through afternoon times.  T...
    Through morning commute times light snow is expected to linger while that weak low pressure system pushes east. Minor accumulation on roads and walkways is expected, so be careful driving out on the roads. Now as we press into the afternoon a few light flakes and raindrops may mix as temperatures rise near 38 this afternoon. Most will see cloudy sky through the afternoon and drying conditions, but a few spotty showers still cant be ruled out through afternoon times.  T...
  • Light Snow Tonight

    Light Snow Tonight

    Wednesday, December 12 2018 4:50 PM EST2018-12-12 21:50:38 GMT
    A weak area of low pressure will pass through the region late tonight and into Thursday morning with light snow likely.  Accumulations will be minor with most areas only expected to pick up an inch or less of snow.  Localized higher elevations could see 1-2".  Afternoon temperatures on Thursday will top out in the upper 30s which could allow some light rain showers to mix with any lingering snow showers during the afternoon.
    A weak area of low pressure will pass through the region late tonight and into Thursday morning with light snow likely.  Accumulations will be minor with most areas only expected to pick up an inch or less of snow.  Localized higher elevations could see 1-2".  Afternoon temperatures on Thursday will top out in the upper 30s which could allow some light rain showers to mix with any lingering snow showers during the afternoon.
  • Any Remaining Snow Should Dry Today!

    Any Remaining Snow Should Dry Today!

    Wednesday, December 12 2018 5:47 AM EST2018-12-12 10:47:51 GMT
    Early on this morning, some are still waking up to a few lingering light flurries and a coating of snowfall, so be careful as you head out! As the day progresses, things should dry out as a few peeks of sunshine move in this afternoon. Highs will be rising again into the middle 30s. Tonight we will be tracking another weak round of snow through the overnight even lingering through Thursday. Most should see light accumulations of up to an inch worth of snowfall, localized higher amoun...
    Early on this morning, some are still waking up to a few lingering light flurries and a coating of snowfall, so be careful as you head out! As the day progresses, things should dry out as a few peeks of sunshine move in this afternoon. Highs will be rising again into the middle 30s. Tonight we will be tracking another weak round of snow through the overnight even lingering through Thursday. Most should see light accumulations of up to an inch worth of snowfall, localized higher amoun...
  • Dry Wednesday with Some Snow Thursday

    Dry Wednesday with Some Snow Thursday

    Tuesday, December 11 2018 4:24 PM EST2018-12-11 21:24:36 GMT
    A weak wave of low pressure will track through the region tonight with cloudy skies and the chance for flurries.  Limited sunshine will return Wednesday as high pressure briefly builds back into the region.  Another weak area of low pressure will pass through early Thursday with the chance for more flurries or light snow showers.  Any accumulations are expected to remain under an inch.
    A weak wave of low pressure will track through the region tonight with cloudy skies and the chance for flurries.  Limited sunshine will return Wednesday as high pressure briefly builds back into the region.  Another weak area of low pressure will pass through early Thursday with the chance for more flurries or light snow showers.  Any accumulations are expected to remain under an inch.
  • A Cool Morning to A Seasonable Afternoon

    A Cool Morning to A Seasonable Afternoon

    Tuesday, December 11 2018 5:14 AM EST2018-12-11 10:14:18 GMT
    As students head out the door this morning for school make sure they are still grabbing all the layers! Temperatures are sitting in the low to mid 20s with clouds and dry conditions. Through the day today, temperatures will have the opportunity to rise near 37 degrees as winds move in from the southwest. This is still chilly but it will actually be much closer to our normal highs for this time of year. This afternoon a few more breaks of sun are expected than yesterday's afternoon con...
    As students head out the door this morning for school make sure they are still grabbing all the layers! Temperatures are sitting in the low to mid 20s with clouds and dry conditions. Through the day today, temperatures will have the opportunity to rise near 37 degrees as winds move in from the southwest. This is still chilly but it will actually be much closer to our normal highs for this time of year. This afternoon a few more breaks of sun are expected than yesterday's afternoon con...
  • Long Range Forecast

    Long Range Forecast

    Monday, December 10 2018 9:47 PM EST2018-12-11 02:47:51 GMT
    Above average temperatures are forecast for much of the country in the latest 8 to 14 day outlook.  We'll begin to see some of these milder temperatures as we approach the upcoming weekend as 40s are likely Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  The short term forecast, however, remains chilly with highs generally in the 30s through Thursday.
    Above average temperatures are forecast for much of the country in the latest 8 to 14 day outlook.  We'll begin to see some of these milder temperatures as we approach the upcoming weekend as 40s are likely Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  The short term forecast, however, remains chilly with highs generally in the 30s through Thursday.
  • Last Night of Hanukkah Forecast

    Last Night of Hanukkah Forecast

    Monday, December 10 2018 5:00 AM EST2018-12-10 10:00:09 GMT
    Today sky is expected to be cloudy with cold conditions throughout. Highs will rise near 34 degrees with light Northerly winds. Tonight things stay quiet with clouds and a low near 19 overnight. From day to night things will stay dry, so not bad travel wise if your celebrating the last day of Hanukkah!
    Today sky is expected to be cloudy with cold conditions throughout. Highs will rise near 34 degrees with light Northerly winds. Tonight things stay quiet with clouds and a low near 19 overnight. From day to night things will stay dry, so not bad travel wise if your celebrating the last day of Hanukkah!
  • A Sunny End to the Weekend

    A Sunny End to the Weekend

    Sunday, December 9 2018 9:14 AM EST2018-12-09 14:14:46 GMT
    High pressure will build into the region Sunday with plenty of sunshine expected.  Temperatures will also come up a bit, but remain slightly below average with highs in the mid 30s.  Clouds will be on the increase tonight with just limited sunshine expected on Monday with temperatures back into the mid 30s.
    High pressure will build into the region Sunday with plenty of sunshine expected.  Temperatures will also come up a bit, but remain slightly below average with highs in the mid 30s.  Clouds will be on the increase tonight with just limited sunshine expected on Monday with temperatures back into the mid 30s.
  • Heading out for Weekend Fun? Bundle Up!!

    Heading out for Weekend Fun? Bundle Up!!

    Saturday, December 8 2018 6:23 AM EST2018-12-08 11:23:37 GMT
    Happy Saturday Twin Tiers! With so much going and the holidays to prepare for, don't let the cold slow you down this Saturday! Be sure to prepare for colder than average temperatures, similar to yesterday's, only rising near 31 this afternoon. If you are going to the Ithaca Ice Festival, Christmas on Main Street in Wellsboro or just planning to be outdoors decorating/picking your Christmas tree-be sure to stalk the family up on several layers! Through the day the winds will also...
    Happy Saturday Twin Tiers! With so much going and the holidays to prepare for, don't let the cold slow you down this Saturday! Be sure to prepare for colder than average temperatures, similar to yesterday's, only rising near 31 this afternoon. If you are going to the Ithaca Ice Festival, Christmas on Main Street in Wellsboro or just planning to be outdoors decorating/picking your Christmas tree-be sure to stalk the family up on several layers! Through the day the winds will also...
  • Frigid Highs Friday Afternoon

    Frigid Highs Friday Afternoon

    Friday, December 7 2018 4:23 AM EST2018-12-07 09:23:41 GMT
    Be careful of localized light accumulations, but most major roads look good for commuters. Through the day a few more flurries will be possible as winds blow in out of the northwest. Some sun may filter through mainly clouds, but get ready to layer up at all times today and tonight! Temperatures this afternoon will stay in the upper 20s, and when you factor in wind, it may feel more like the low to mid teens throughout the day. Tonight clouds should break late, enabling temperatures ...
    Be careful of localized light accumulations, but most major roads look good for commuters. Through the day a few more flurries will be possible as winds blow in out of the northwest. Some sun may filter through mainly clouds, but get ready to layer up at all times today and tonight! Temperatures this afternoon will stay in the upper 20s, and when you factor in wind, it may feel more like the low to mid teens throughout the day. Tonight clouds should break late, enabling temperatures ...
  • Snow Showers Tonight

    Snow Showers Tonight

    Thursday, December 6 2018 4:38 PM EST2018-12-06 21:38:59 GMT
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with snow showers likely.  Overall, accumulations will be light with up to an inch expected.  Slightly higher totals of 1-3" are possible across the Finger Lakes region.  Winds will become brisk overnight and continue into Friday with gusts up to 25 mph possible.  Daytime temperatures Friday will only top out in the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens.
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with snow showers likely.  Overall, accumulations will be light with up to an inch expected.  Slightly higher totals of 1-3" are possible across the Finger Lakes region.  Winds will become brisk overnight and continue into Friday with gusts up to 25 mph possible.  Daytime temperatures Friday will only top out in the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens.
  • Tracking Snow Late Day

    Tracking Snow Late Day

    Thursday, December 6 2018 5:24 AM EST2018-12-06 10:24:06 GMT
    A few light flurries to kick start our Thursday with temperatures in the low to mid 20s. This is setting the stage for our next cold front, expected to bring more snow showers late day to the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. This chance for snow will linger as cold conditions also filter in behind that front. Lows this evening are expected to drop near 23 tonight. For most accumulation should be low, but on untreated surfaces a half of an inch to an inch is possible, with one to t...
    A few light flurries to kick start our Thursday with temperatures in the low to mid 20s. This is setting the stage for our next cold front, expected to bring more snow showers late day to the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. This chance for snow will linger as cold conditions also filter in behind that front. Lows this evening are expected to drop near 23 tonight. For most accumulation should be low, but on untreated surfaces a half of an inch to an inch is possible, with one to t...
  • Snow Showers Thursday Night

    Snow Showers Thursday Night

    Wednesday, December 5 2018 4:58 PM EST2018-12-05 21:58:00 GMT
    A cold front will push through the region Thursday evening with snow showers likely.  At this point, accumulations look to be minor with up to 1" expected.  The winds will pick up out of the northwest behind the front ushering in colder conditions on Friday.  A few lingering snow showers are also possible to wrap up the work week with more sunshine likely through the weekend.
    A cold front will push through the region Thursday evening with snow showers likely.  At this point, accumulations look to be minor with up to 1" expected.  The winds will pick up out of the northwest behind the front ushering in colder conditions on Friday.  A few lingering snow showers are also possible to wrap up the work week with more sunshine likely through the weekend.
  • Another Brisk Day for the Twin Tiers

    Another Brisk Day for the Twin Tiers

    Wednesday, December 5 2018 5:09 AM EST2018-12-05 10:09:26 GMT
    Not only do we recommend bundling up this morning but also make sure to get out a little earlier to thaw thick frost on your cars! Also watch out for any ice on untreated walkways! Temperatures are starting off very cold in the teens this morning and then only sitting in the lower 20s for morning commuters. By the afternoon highs are trending below average, rising near 35 degrees with dry conditions. That mix of sky and clouds will continue from start to finish this Wednesday wi...
    Not only do we recommend bundling up this morning but also make sure to get out a little earlier to thaw thick frost on your cars! Also watch out for any ice on untreated walkways! Temperatures are starting off very cold in the teens this morning and then only sitting in the lower 20s for morning commuters. By the afternoon highs are trending below average, rising near 35 degrees with dry conditions. That mix of sky and clouds will continue from start to finish this Wednesday wi...
  • A Chilly Wednesday

    A Chilly Wednesday

    Tuesday, December 4 2018 4:59 PM EST2018-12-04 21:59:48 GMT
    A weak area of high pressure will build into the region on Wednesday with a mix of sun and clouds expected.  Temperatures will remain below average with highs in the low to mid 30s.  Clouds will be on the increase Thursday with snow showers likely Thursday night as our next cold front passes through.
    A weak area of high pressure will build into the region on Wednesday with a mix of sun and clouds expected.  Temperatures will remain below average with highs in the low to mid 30s.  Clouds will be on the increase Thursday with snow showers likely Thursday night as our next cold front passes through.
  • The Chill Sets in Tuesday

    The Chill Sets in Tuesday

    Tuesday, December 4 2018 4:26 AM EST2018-12-04 09:26:27 GMT
    Some will wake up to lingering snow showers especially for counties downwind of the Finger Lakes Region. Light accumulations are expected, but some spots may be slick. Those light snow showers will dissipate through the day as lighter winds continue blow out of the northwest. Increasing pops of sunshine are expected this afternoon as some clouds break across the area. Even with higher amounts of sunshine, temperatures will feel much colder as highs only rise near 34 this aft...
    Some will wake up to lingering snow showers especially for counties downwind of the Finger Lakes Region. Light accumulations are expected, but some spots may be slick. Those light snow showers will dissipate through the day as lighter winds continue blow out of the northwest. Increasing pops of sunshine are expected this afternoon as some clouds break across the area. Even with higher amounts of sunshine, temperatures will feel much colder as highs only rise near 34 this aft...
  • Colder Temps Return

    Colder Temps Return

    Monday, December 3 2018 4:21 PM EST2018-12-03 21:21:41 GMT
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with scattered snow showers.  Accumulations tonight will be light with most areas only looking at a dusting up to half an inch.  Colder temperatures will filter back in with lows tonight in the mid 20s.  For the rest of the week we're only expecting high temperatures in the 30s.
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with scattered snow showers.  Accumulations tonight will be light with most areas only looking at a dusting up to half an inch.  Colder temperatures will filter back in with lows tonight in the mid 20s.  For the rest of the week we're only expecting high temperatures in the 30s.
  • Tracking Winter-Like Highs

    Tracking Winter-Like Highs

    Monday, December 3 2018 5:15 AM EST2018-12-03 10:15:37 GMT
    Through this week temperatures are expected to stick in the lower 30s with the exception of today! Through mid morning highs rise near 44 with clouds and spotty showers. As a upper level trough pushes east cooler temperatures will drop in through late day, with lows this evening bottoming out near 27. With temperatures becoming colder rain may mix with light snow and ice through the overnight into early Tuesday. For the rest of the week temperatures will be trending into the low to ...
    Through this week temperatures are expected to stick in the lower 30s with the exception of today! Through mid morning highs rise near 44 with clouds and spotty showers. As a upper level trough pushes east cooler temperatures will drop in through late day, with lows this evening bottoming out near 27. With temperatures becoming colder rain may mix with light snow and ice through the overnight into early Tuesday. For the rest of the week temperatures will be trending into the low to ...
  • A Rainy Close Call for the Selfless Elf 5K

    A Rainy Close Call for the Selfless Elf 5K

    Saturday, December 1 2018 8:15 AM EST2018-12-01 13:15:21 GMT
    Skies will remain cloudy through midday Sunday, with rain showers moving into our region during the late stages of the afternoon today. The rain will be heavier this evening into tonight, but will taper off into late Sunday morning. Highs will be only near 40 for Saturday, but will ramp up into the mid 50s for Sunday!
    Skies will remain cloudy through midday Sunday, with rain showers moving into our region during the late stages of the afternoon today. The rain will be heavier this evening into tonight, but will taper off into late Sunday morning. Highs will be only near 40 for Saturday, but will ramp up into the mid 50s for Sunday!
  • Scattered Light Mix Friday

    Scattered Light Mix Friday

    Friday, November 30 2018 5:09 AM EST2018-11-30 10:09:46 GMT
    Heading out the door today, scattered light rain and snow mix is expected as a weaker system moves in from the west. With starting temperatures this morning in the lower 30s and upper 20s, some of this mix may freeze upon contact with untreated surfaces. With a glaze of ice possible this morning especially in Potter and Tioga Counties in the northern tier, the National Weather Service will continue their Winter Weather Advisory until 1PM today for those counties. Through the afternoon...
    Heading out the door today, scattered light rain and snow mix is expected as a weaker system moves in from the west. With starting temperatures this morning in the lower 30s and upper 20s, some of this mix may freeze upon contact with untreated surfaces. With a glaze of ice possible this morning especially in Potter and Tioga Counties in the northern tier, the National Weather Service will continue their Winter Weather Advisory until 1PM today for those counties. Through the afternoon...
  • A Light Wintry Mix Tonight and Friday

    A Light Wintry Mix Tonight and Friday

    Thursday, November 29 2018 4:56 PM EST2018-11-29 21:56:22 GMT
    A weak area of low pressure will track through the Twin Tiers late Thursday night and Friday with the chance for patchy freezing drizzle and light snow.  The precipitation will be on the light side, but a glazing of ice is possible on any untreated surfaces...especially across the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania.  Our next system will arrive Saturday afternoon with increasing chances for rain.
    A weak area of low pressure will track through the Twin Tiers late Thursday night and Friday with the chance for patchy freezing drizzle and light snow.  The precipitation will be on the light side, but a glazing of ice is possible on any untreated surfaces...especially across the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania.  Our next system will arrive Saturday afternoon with increasing chances for rain.
  • Quiet Today but Rain Moves in this Weekend

    Quiet Today but Rain Moves in this Weekend

    Thursday, November 29 2018 5:40 AM EST2018-11-29 10:40:15 GMT
    As a more relaxed weather pattern settles in this Thursday, low pressure will start to move in just in time for the weekend! That means we'll be continuing to track the chance for steady rainfall through Saturday afternoon continuing overnight into Sunday. This may impact local events like Dickens of a Christmas in Wellsboro 9AM to 4PM Saturday/10AM Sunday, the Food Bank of the Southern Tiers Selfless Elf 5k in Horseheads starting at 3PM Saturday and Sparkle in Corning from 5-9PM Sat...
    As a more relaxed weather pattern settles in this Thursday, low pressure will start to move in just in time for the weekend! That means we'll be continuing to track the chance for steady rainfall through Saturday afternoon continuing overnight into Sunday. This may impact local events like Dickens of a Christmas in Wellsboro 9AM to 4PM Saturday/10AM Sunday, the Food Bank of the Southern Tiers Selfless Elf 5k in Horseheads starting at 3PM Saturday and Sparkle in Corning from 5-9PM Sat...
  • Windy Conditions Stick Around Thursday

    Windy Conditions Stick Around Thursday

    Wednesday, November 28 2018 7:38 PM EST2018-11-29 00:38:40 GMT
    As low pressure over New England slowly lifts away, the gusty winds will subside through the day.  Wind gusts will likely top 25 mph tonight into Thursday morning before dropping back down into the teens through Thursday afternoon.  Skies will remain mostly cloudy with highs in the mid 30s.  A few rain and snow showers are possible Friday with light winds out of the south.
    As low pressure over New England slowly lifts away, the gusty winds will subside through the day.  Wind gusts will likely top 25 mph tonight into Thursday morning before dropping back down into the teens through Thursday afternoon.  Skies will remain mostly cloudy with highs in the mid 30s.  A few rain and snow showers are possible Friday with light winds out of the south.
  • A Slick Bus Stop Forecast

    A Slick Bus Stop Forecast

    Wednesday, November 28 2018 5:09 AM EST2018-11-28 10:09:03 GMT
    Be careful heading out early this morning! Ice has had the opportunity to develop on walk and roadways, making conditions slippery for both walkers and drivers. Through the day as temperatures rise above freezing into the upper 30s, roadways should improve.  Bundle up! Blustery winds and light snow will keep a winter feel out and about this Wednesday. An additional 1-3" in accumulation may be possible, with localized higher amounts possible in higher terrain. Through t...
    Be careful heading out early this morning! Ice has had the opportunity to develop on walk and roadways, making conditions slippery for both walkers and drivers. Through the day as temperatures rise above freezing into the upper 30s, roadways should improve.  Bundle up! Blustery winds and light snow will keep a winter feel out and about this Wednesday. An additional 1-3" in accumulation may be possible, with localized higher amounts possible in higher terrain. Through t...
  • Snow Showers will Continue

    Snow Showers will Continue

    Tuesday, November 27 2018 4:52 PM EST2018-11-27 21:52:01 GMT
    Low pressure will stall out over New England with wrap around moisture resulting in more snow showers tonight and Wednesday.  Some lake enhanced snow showers will result in localized accumulations of 2-4", especially in some of the higher elevations.  Drier conditions will arrive Thursday with just scattered flurries expected and highs in the upper 30s.
    Low pressure will stall out over New England with wrap around moisture resulting in more snow showers tonight and Wednesday.  Some lake enhanced snow showers will result in localized accumulations of 2-4", especially in some of the higher elevations.  Drier conditions will arrive Thursday with just scattered flurries expected and highs in the upper 30s.
  • Light Snow this Tuesday

    Light Snow this Tuesday

    Tuesday, November 27 2018 5:09 AM EST2018-11-27 10:09:20 GMT
    A little early mix will switch over to primarily snow as the morning progresses. Some showers still may mix this afternoon as temperatures rise near 38. Breezy winds are also expected out of the west today. Through the afternoon light snow will have a hard time accumulating as temperatures stay above freezing, but that will change overnight.  As temperatures drop near 30 this evening, snow will have the opportunity to stick to colder surfaces. Most locations in the Twin Tiers sh...
    A little early mix will switch over to primarily snow as the morning progresses. Some showers still may mix this afternoon as temperatures rise near 38. Breezy winds are also expected out of the west today. Through the afternoon light snow will have a hard time accumulating as temperatures stay above freezing, but that will change overnight.  As temperatures drop near 30 this evening, snow will have the opportunity to stick to colder surfaces. Most locations in the Twin Tiers sh...
  • Lake Effect Snow will Pile Up!

    Lake Effect Snow will Pile Up!

    Monday, November 26 2018 2:53 PM EST2018-11-26 19:53:53 GMT
    Lake effect snow will ramp up Tuesday and Wednesday as colder temperatures push back into the region.  Several inches of snow will accumulate over western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania along with areas near Syracuse.  Locally here in the Twin Tiers, snow showers are likely and winds will be blustery, but only minor accumulations are expected.
    Lake effect snow will ramp up Tuesday and Wednesday as colder temperatures push back into the region.  Several inches of snow will accumulate over western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania along with areas near Syracuse.  Locally here in the Twin Tiers, snow showers are likely and winds will be blustery, but only minor accumulations are expected.
  • A Damp Monday at the Bus Stop

    A Damp Monday at the Bus Stop

    Monday, November 26 2018 6:39 AM EST2018-11-26 11:39:48 GMT
    A low pressure system will issue in more rain showers for us this morning, and they will be sticking around through the day,  tapering off tonight. Make sure to keep those umbrella's handy, and to send the kids out with a rain coat! On Tuesday we're looking at cooler temperatures with highs in the mid 30s and a chance for some light snowfall.
    A low pressure system will issue in more rain showers for us this morning, and they will be sticking around through the day,  tapering off tonight. Make sure to keep those umbrella's handy, and to send the kids out with a rain coat! On Tuesday we're looking at cooler temperatures with highs in the mid 30s and a chance for some light snowfall.
  • Keep Those Umbrellas Handy for Tomorrow!

    Keep Those Umbrellas Handy for Tomorrow!

    Sunday, November 25 2018 8:50 AM EST2018-11-25 13:50:28 GMT
    Today we stay mainly dry with cloudy skies, and highs in the mid 40s. There will be a few peeks of sunshine in spots to end the afternoon, but clouds will increase again overnight. Rain showers will start to filter in during the early morning hours, continuing on and off throughout the day on Monday. Rainfall totals will range from .25" to .75". Cooler temperatures will be on the way for the rest of the week, with light snow possible on Tuesday and Wednesday.
    Today we stay mainly dry with cloudy skies, and highs in the mid 40s. There will be a few peeks of sunshine in spots to end the afternoon, but clouds will increase again overnight. Rain showers will start to filter in during the early morning hours, continuing on and off throughout the day on Monday. Rainfall totals will range from .25" to .75". Cooler temperatures will be on the way for the rest of the week, with light snow possible on Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • Some Freezing Rain for Small Business Saturday

    Some Freezing Rain for Small Business Saturday

    Saturday, November 24 2018 8:38 AM EST2018-11-24 13:38:18 GMT
    Clouds will be on the increase today, with afternoon rain showers and a high near 40. With surface temperatures so cold, some of that rain will become freezing rain, with late morning/early afternoon ice accumulation possible. The best spots for ice to form look to be Potter County and Tioga County (PA), along with Southwestern Steuben County. Be mindful as you make your way out the door today, and grab that umbrella!
    Clouds will be on the increase today, with afternoon rain showers and a high near 40. With surface temperatures so cold, some of that rain will become freezing rain, with late morning/early afternoon ice accumulation possible. The best spots for ice to form look to be Potter County and Tioga County (PA), along with Southwestern Steuben County. Be mindful as you make your way out the door today, and grab that umbrella!
  • Tracking Rain for Small Business Saturday

    Tracking Rain for Small Business Saturday

    Friday, November 23 2018 5:07 AM EST2018-11-23 10:07:33 GMT
    Today things should stay dry, sunny and cold, but heading into Saturday plan to pack your umbrella! As you head out for small business Saturday, early on clouds will thicken up as temperatures sit in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Through the afternoon the chance for rain will increase across the area. Highs are expected to trend slightly warmer, rising near 42 through the afternoon.  That evening showers will still be possible as lows fall back into the 30s overnight. 
    Today things should stay dry, sunny and cold, but heading into Saturday plan to pack your umbrella! As you head out for small business Saturday, early on clouds will thicken up as temperatures sit in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Through the afternoon the chance for rain will increase across the area. Highs are expected to trend slightly warmer, rising near 42 through the afternoon.  That evening showers will still be possible as lows fall back into the 30s overnight. 
  • Holiday Parade Forecasts

    Holiday Parade Forecasts

    Thursday, November 22 2018 11:58 PM EST2018-11-23 04:58:21 GMT

    With high pressure in control on Friday, we're expecting dry conditions for both the Elmira Holiday Parade Friday morning and the Sayre Borough Christmas Parade Friday evening.  Plan on wearing several layers if you're heading out as temperatures will be quite cold.  Low pressure will arrive on Saturday with increasing clouds and periods of rain.  Scattered showers are possible during the Parade of Lights in Corning Saturday evening with temperatures in the lower 40s.

    With high pressure in control on Friday, we're expecting dry conditions for both the Elmira Holiday Parade Friday morning and the Sayre Borough Christmas Parade Friday evening.  Plan on wearing several layers if you're heading out as temperatures will be quite cold.  Low pressure will arrive on Saturday with increasing clouds and periods of rain.  Scattered showers are possible during the Parade of Lights in Corning Saturday evening with temperatures in the lower 40s.

  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Thursday, November 22 2018 5:41 AM EST2018-11-22 10:41:24 GMT
    More than just your Turkey may have to thaw today as temperatures stay frigid!  Even with increasing amounts of sunshine northerly flow will keep temperatures into the low 20s across the area! Please be sure to prepare properly if heading outdoors for extended periods of time, layering up and bringing a few blankets for 5k's happening! A few light flurries may be possible today as well. Through the overnight clouds will clear with lows expected to break records, falling into th...
    More than just your Turkey may have to thaw today as temperatures stay frigid!  Even with increasing amounts of sunshine northerly flow will keep temperatures into the low 20s across the area! Please be sure to prepare properly if heading outdoors for extended periods of time, layering up and bringing a few blankets for 5k's happening! A few light flurries may be possible today as well. Through the overnight clouds will clear with lows expected to break records, falling into th...
  • Sunshine Returns for Thanksgiving

    Sunshine Returns for Thanksgiving

    Wednesday, November 21 2018 4:44 PM EST2018-11-21 21:44:39 GMT
    Temperatures may be on the frigid side, but at least we'll have sunshine this Thanksgiving.  High pressure will build into the region with skies expected to become partly sunny Thanksgiving Day.  More sunshine is likely on Friday before our next storm system arrives later Saturday with periods of rain likely.  Temperatures over the weekend will rise back to seasonal levels with highs in the mid 40s.
    Temperatures may be on the frigid side, but at least we'll have sunshine this Thanksgiving.  High pressure will build into the region with skies expected to become partly sunny Thanksgiving Day.  More sunshine is likely on Friday before our next storm system arrives later Saturday with periods of rain likely.  Temperatures over the weekend will rise back to seasonal levels with highs in the mid 40s.
  • Snow Showers Possible for Travelers

    Snow Showers Possible for Travelers

    Wednesday, November 21 2018 5:34 AM EST2018-11-21 10:34:52 GMT

    Early on a few flurries may be possible with temperatures starting off in the lower 30s.  Starting late morning and continuing through the afternoon bands of snow will be moving in out of the northwest. Some snow may be heavier at times, and could produce snow squalls. What this would include is potential white out conditions on road ways as snow passes through, reducing visibility down below a quarter of a mile. Also, even though quick hitting, accumulations of 1-2" may be...

    Early on a few flurries may be possible with temperatures starting off in the lower 30s.  Starting late morning and continuing through the afternoon bands of snow will be moving in out of the northwest. Some snow may be heavier at times, and could produce snow squalls. What this would include is potential white out conditions on road ways as snow passes through, reducing visibility down below a quarter of a mile. Also, even though quick hitting, accumulations of 1-2" may be...

  • Tree Lighting Forecast Tonight

    Tree Lighting Forecast Tonight

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 4:54 AM EST2018-11-20 09:54:14 GMT
    Today flurries will remain possible as winds blow in out of the west at about 5 to 10 mph. Cloudy sky will also settle as temperatures stay below average.  Heading closer to the Tree Lighting Ceremony temperatures will be falling into the lower 30s with those flurries still possible. It will feel pretty chilly so be sure to bundle up and to bring a few extra blankets with you! Overnight temperatures are expected to bottom out near 23 with cloudy sky expected.
    Today flurries will remain possible as winds blow in out of the west at about 5 to 10 mph. Cloudy sky will also settle as temperatures stay below average.  Heading closer to the Tree Lighting Ceremony temperatures will be falling into the lower 30s with those flurries still possible. It will feel pretty chilly so be sure to bundle up and to bring a few extra blankets with you! Overnight temperatures are expected to bottom out near 23 with cloudy sky expected.
  • Light Snow Monday Night

    Light Snow Monday Night

    Monday, November 19 2018 8:01 PM EST2018-11-20 01:01:55 GMT
    Low pressure will pass through the Twin Tiers Monday night with periods of snow likely.  Most of the snow will be on the light side with accumulations ranging from 1-3".  Clouds will linger on Tuesday with the chance for a few flurries.  Daytime temperatures will top out in the upper 30s.  Scattered snow showers and possibly snow squalls will arrive Wednesday with highs near 35. 
    Low pressure will pass through the Twin Tiers Monday night with periods of snow likely.  Most of the snow will be on the light side with accumulations ranging from 1-3".  Clouds will linger on Tuesday with the chance for a few flurries.  Daytime temperatures will top out in the upper 30s.  Scattered snow showers and possibly snow squalls will arrive Wednesday with highs near 35. 
  • Staying Cool with Scattered Precipitation

    Staying Cool with Scattered Precipitation

    Monday, November 19 2018 5:15 AM EST2018-11-19 10:15:10 GMT
    Temperatures early this week are expected to stay on the cool side only rising into the mid to upper 30s today, tomorrow and Wednesday. Expect light drizzles and flurries mixing throughout with clouds and a high near 38. Tonight rain will switch mainly to snow with minor accumulations possible of a coating to 2 inches.  Tuesday the chance for rain and snow mix moves in again as temperatures rise near 37.  Wednesday light snow showers remain possible as highs become chilly...
    Temperatures early this week are expected to stay on the cool side only rising into the mid to upper 30s today, tomorrow and Wednesday. Expect light drizzles and flurries mixing throughout with clouds and a high near 38. Tonight rain will switch mainly to snow with minor accumulations possible of a coating to 2 inches.  Tuesday the chance for rain and snow mix moves in again as temperatures rise near 37.  Wednesday light snow showers remain possible as highs become chilly...
  • Some Sunday Snowfall!

    Some Sunday Snowfall!

    Sunday, November 18 2018 8:15 AM EST2018-11-18 13:15:12 GMT
    The light snow showers have arrived, and will continue into the afternoon, with accumulations centered around 1". Slightly higher totals will be possible in higher elevations, along with western/northern Steuben County. Temperatures will be cold with most highs near 34, and those below average temperatures will continue throughout the upcoming week, with chances for light snow each day through Wednesday.
    The light snow showers have arrived, and will continue into the afternoon, with accumulations centered around 1". Slightly higher totals will be possible in higher elevations, along with western/northern Steuben County. Temperatures will be cold with most highs near 34, and those below average temperatures will continue throughout the upcoming week, with chances for light snow each day through Wednesday.
  • A Cool and Mostly Cloudy Day Across the Tiers

    A Cool and Mostly Cloudy Day Across the Tiers

    Saturday, November 17 2018 8:20 AM EST2018-11-17 13:20:54 GMT
    Temperatures this morning are ranging in the low to upper 30s, but will not be getting much warmer. With limited sunshine and winds out of the west, most areas will see temperatures increase only by 4-5 degrees. Other than flurries, we remain dry today, but some light snow will be on the way for Sunday, with accumulations looking to range from .5" to 1.5".
    Temperatures this morning are ranging in the low to upper 30s, but will not be getting much warmer. With limited sunshine and winds out of the west, most areas will see temperatures increase only by 4-5 degrees. Other than flurries, we remain dry today, but some light snow will be on the way for Sunday, with accumulations looking to range from .5" to 1.5".
  • Mostly Cloudy Weekend

    Mostly Cloudy Weekend

    Friday, November 16 2018 3:53 PM EST2018-11-16 20:53:20 GMT
    Skies will remain mostly cloudy Saturday with temperatures close to 40.  A weak system will pass through on Sunday with slightly cooler temperatures along with the chance for a few snow showers.  Temperatures will remain below average through most of next week with the chance for flurries and light snow showers.
    Skies will remain mostly cloudy Saturday with temperatures close to 40.  A weak system will pass through on Sunday with slightly cooler temperatures along with the chance for a few snow showers.  Temperatures will remain below average through most of next week with the chance for flurries and light snow showers.
  • Get the Shovels Out!

    Get the Shovels Out!

    Friday, November 16 2018 5:25 AM EST2018-11-16 10:25:45 GMT
    After snow moved in areas picked up quite a bit of snowfall! As a few lingering snowflakes early this morning continues to press towards the northeast additional amounts will pile up and visibility will stay very low! We expect most of the heavy, steady snow to move out early on, with mostly cloudy sky this afternoon. We can't rule out a few lake enhanced snowflakes this afternoon as temperatures stay near 40. Tonight scattered flurries possible, with thick clouds and lows near 31.
    After snow moved in areas picked up quite a bit of snowfall! As a few lingering snowflakes early this morning continues to press towards the northeast additional amounts will pile up and visibility will stay very low! We expect most of the heavy, steady snow to move out early on, with mostly cloudy sky this afternoon. We can't rule out a few lake enhanced snowflakes this afternoon as temperatures stay near 40. Tonight scattered flurries possible, with thick clouds and lows near 31.
  • Update-Winter Storm Warning Issued until Friday Morning

    Update-Winter Storm Warning Issued until Friday Morning

    Thursday, November 15 2018 5:15 AM EST2018-11-15 10:15:19 GMT
    The National Weather Service has upgraded the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region to a Winter Storm Warning from this afternoon, through the overnight into early Friday morning. As snow develops this afternoon, with sleet mixing in overnight into early Friday roadway conditions may be hazardous and visibility may be reduced as showers grow in intensity.  We are expecting the area to receive up to 4-7" but in some areas up to 9" of snow may be possible. Ice accumulation ...
    The National Weather Service has upgraded the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region to a Winter Storm Warning from this afternoon, through the overnight into early Friday morning. As snow develops this afternoon, with sleet mixing in overnight into early Friday roadway conditions may be hazardous and visibility may be reduced as showers grow in intensity.  We are expecting the area to receive up to 4-7" but in some areas up to 9" of snow may be possible. Ice accumulation ...
  • Get the Snow Blowers Ready!

    Get the Snow Blowers Ready!

    Thursday, November 15 2018 12:03 AM EST2018-11-15 05:03:29 GMT
    Low pressure will bring several inches of snow to the Twin Tiers Thursday afternoon through Friday morning.  The snow may mix with sleet at times Thursday night before tapering Friday morning.  Overall, snowfall accumulations will average between 4-7" with some localized higher amounts possible.  Drier conditions are likely over the weekend with temperatures remaining below average.
    Low pressure will bring several inches of snow to the Twin Tiers Thursday afternoon through Friday morning.  The snow may mix with sleet at times Thursday night before tapering Friday morning.  Overall, snowfall accumulations will average between 4-7" with some localized higher amounts possible.  Drier conditions are likely over the weekend with temperatures remaining below average.
  • Winter Storm Watch for Impending Winter Storm

    Winter Storm Watch for Impending Winter Storm

    Wednesday, November 14 2018 5:55 AM EST2018-11-14 10:55:09 GMT
    Winter Storm Watch for Chemung, Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins, Steuben, Tioga (NY), Tioga (PA), Bradford, and Potter counties from Thursday morning lasting through the overnight into Friday.  As this system moves into the area snow mixed with sleet and ice becomes likely for the region Thursday afternoon through the overnight into early Friday morning. Some locations could pick up a glaze of ice, plus snow accumulation as well. The amount of snowfall will range especially ...
    Winter Storm Watch for Chemung, Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins, Steuben, Tioga (NY), Tioga (PA), Bradford, and Potter counties from Thursday morning lasting through the overnight into Friday.  As this system moves into the area snow mixed with sleet and ice becomes likely for the region Thursday afternoon through the overnight into early Friday morning. Some locations could pick up a glaze of ice, plus snow accumulation as well. The amount of snowfall will range especially ...
  • Accumulating Snow Likely Monday Night

    Accumulating Snow Likely Monday Night

    Monday, November 12 2018 8:31 PM EST2018-11-13 01:31:46 GMT
    Low pressure lifting up the coast will bring a round of accumulating snow our way Monday night.  The precipitation will begin Monday evening as a light mix of rain and snow.  As the precipitation picks up, a changeover to wet snow is likely overnight.  Most areas can expect between 1-3" of snow by daybreak with localized higher amounts on the hilltops.  Mixed rain and snow showers will taper by mid morning Tuesday.
    Low pressure lifting up the coast will bring a round of accumulating snow our way Monday night.  The precipitation will begin Monday evening as a light mix of rain and snow.  As the precipitation picks up, a changeover to wet snow is likely overnight.  Most areas can expect between 1-3" of snow by daybreak with localized higher amounts on the hilltops.  Mixed rain and snow showers will taper by mid morning Tuesday.
  • Dry Today But Tracking Rain/Snow Mix Tomorrow

    Dry Today But Tracking Rain/Snow Mix Tomorrow

    Monday, November 12 2018 5:09 AM EST2018-11-12 10:09:23 GMT
    As dry conditions continue into our afternoon, clouds will be increasing as a cold front and coastal system approaches the region. Overnight into early Tuesday we will be tracking the chance for rain and snow mix for commute times Tuesday. Wintry mix may accumulate especially early as temperatures stay in the lower 30s, making it slippery as you're heading out the door. Valley locations may see up to an inch, where higher elevations could see 1-2" worth of slush. Through Tu...
    As dry conditions continue into our afternoon, clouds will be increasing as a cold front and coastal system approaches the region. Overnight into early Tuesday we will be tracking the chance for rain and snow mix for commute times Tuesday. Wintry mix may accumulate especially early as temperatures stay in the lower 30s, making it slippery as you're heading out the door. Valley locations may see up to an inch, where higher elevations could see 1-2" worth of slush. Through Tu...
  • Some Veteran's Day Sunshine on the Way

    Some Veteran's Day Sunshine on the Way

    Sunday, November 11 2018 8:16 AM EST2018-11-11 13:16:32 GMT
    For Veteran's Day we start off cold and mostly cloudy, but breaks of sunshine later today will allow most highs to reach near 40. A big change from yesterday will be the calm winds, so harsh wind chills will not be a factor today! I would still advise you grab that winter coat and gloves, however. More cloud cover will filter in for the second half of Monday, but it should be the warmest day of the week, with highs in the mid 40s.
    For Veteran's Day we start off cold and mostly cloudy, but breaks of sunshine later today will allow most highs to reach near 40. A big change from yesterday will be the calm winds, so harsh wind chills will not be a factor today! I would still advise you grab that winter coat and gloves, however. More cloud cover will filter in for the second half of Monday, but it should be the warmest day of the week, with highs in the mid 40s.
  • A Chilly and Blustery Saturday

    A Chilly and Blustery Saturday

    Saturday, November 10 2018 8:17 AM EST2018-11-10 13:17:27 GMT
    Bundle up today, as it's going to be a cold one! There will be some peeks of sunshine during the afternoon, but higher wind speeds will make for those real feels in the lower 20s, and upper teens with higher gusts. Please grabs those heavy coats, winter hats, and gloves. For Veteran's Day those winds die down, and we will get more sunshine with a high near 39.
    Bundle up today, as it's going to be a cold one! There will be some peeks of sunshine during the afternoon, but higher wind speeds will make for those real feels in the lower 20s, and upper teens with higher gusts. Please grabs those heavy coats, winter hats, and gloves. For Veteran's Day those winds die down, and we will get more sunshine with a high near 39.
  • Cold and Windy Saturday

    Cold and Windy Saturday

    Friday, November 9 2018 11:28 PM EST2018-11-10 04:28:37 GMT
    As low pressure lifts north into Canada, cold and windy conditions will push back into the Twin Tiers.  Saturday will feature partly sunny skies with occasional flurries.  Daytime temperatures will struggle into the mid 30s with wind gusts at times over 30 mph.  Similar temperatures are likely on Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 30s.
    As low pressure lifts north into Canada, cold and windy conditions will push back into the Twin Tiers.  Saturday will feature partly sunny skies with occasional flurries.  Daytime temperatures will struggle into the mid 30s with wind gusts at times over 30 mph.  Similar temperatures are likely on Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 30s.
  • Rain and Snow Moves in Today

    Rain and Snow Moves in Today

    Friday, November 9 2018 5:09 AM EST2018-11-09 10:09:26 GMT
    Today low pressure will continue to lift from the Tennessee Valley through Ohio and into our area through this morning. Snow and rain mix will arrive through mid morning, potentially making road conditions a bit slippery. Higher elevations may see more in the way of wet snow as temperatures stay low longer, where valleys are expected to see more on the way of rain as temperatures trend closer to the low 40s.  Accumulation when it comes to snow looks little to none for valley loc...
    Today low pressure will continue to lift from the Tennessee Valley through Ohio and into our area through this morning. Snow and rain mix will arrive through mid morning, potentially making road conditions a bit slippery. Higher elevations may see more in the way of wet snow as temperatures stay low longer, where valleys are expected to see more on the way of rain as temperatures trend closer to the low 40s.  Accumulation when it comes to snow looks little to none for valley loc...
  • A Rain/Snow Mix to Rain

    A Rain/Snow Mix to Rain

    Thursday, November 8 2018 5:11 PM EST2018-11-08 22:11:34 GMT
    Low pressure will lift into the region Friday with a mix of rain and snow likely mid to late morning.  Warmer conditions will slowly lift into the region during the afternoon with a changeover to rain expected.  Before the changeover occurs, up to a slushy inch of accumulation is possible, especially across the hilltops.  Colder conditions will return Saturday with gusty winds and the chance for flurries.
    Low pressure will lift into the region Friday with a mix of rain and snow likely mid to late morning.  Warmer conditions will slowly lift into the region during the afternoon with a changeover to rain expected.  Before the changeover occurs, up to a slushy inch of accumulation is possible, especially across the hilltops.  Colder conditions will return Saturday with gusty winds and the chance for flurries.
  • Cooler Highs Today

    Cooler Highs Today

    Thursday, November 8 2018 5:06 AM EST2018-11-08 10:06:58 GMT
    Throughout the school day things are expected to stay cool and dry. Make sure your kids leave with their jackets and maybe a sweater or sweatshirt underneath. Heading out the door this morning temperatures are starting off in the upper 30s and lower 40s. By the afternoon temperatures will mainly stay in the upper 40s as sunshine breaks in through the clouds. A mix of sun and clouds will be expected with a temperature near 48.  Tonight temperatures stay rather chilly, ...
    Throughout the school day things are expected to stay cool and dry. Make sure your kids leave with their jackets and maybe a sweater or sweatshirt underneath. Heading out the door this morning temperatures are starting off in the upper 30s and lower 40s. By the afternoon temperatures will mainly stay in the upper 40s as sunshine breaks in through the clouds. A mix of sun and clouds will be expected with a temperature near 48.  Tonight temperatures stay rather chilly, ...
  • It Remains Dry Thursday

    It Remains Dry Thursday

    Wednesday, November 7 2018 5:05 PM EST2018-11-07 22:05:22 GMT
    High pressure will keep our weather on the dry side Thursday with high temperatures in the upper 40s.  Low pressure will approach Friday with increasing clouds followed by periods of rain.  A few wet snowflakes may mix in with highs in the low to mid 40s.  Cooler conditions are likely Saturday with the chance for flurries.
    High pressure will keep our weather on the dry side Thursday with high temperatures in the upper 40s.  Low pressure will approach Friday with increasing clouds followed by periods of rain.  A few wet snowflakes may mix in with highs in the low to mid 40s.  Cooler conditions are likely Saturday with the chance for flurries.
  • Sunny Sky with Gusty Winds

    Sunny Sky with Gusty Winds

    Wednesday, November 7 2018 4:25 AM EST2018-11-07 09:25:33 GMT
    Sunshine moves back in today as high pressure takes over. Temperatures will be rising into the mid 50s this afternoon but breezy winds out of the west will make it feel a bit cooler this afternoon. Winds will blow in out of the west, with a gust of 25 mph possible.  Tonight partly cloudy sky sticks around with lows dropping near 33 overnight. 
    Sunshine moves back in today as high pressure takes over. Temperatures will be rising into the mid 50s this afternoon but breezy winds out of the west will make it feel a bit cooler this afternoon. Winds will blow in out of the west, with a gust of 25 mph possible.  Tonight partly cloudy sky sticks around with lows dropping near 33 overnight. 
  • Latest Election Day Forecast

    Latest Election Day Forecast

    Tuesday, November 6 2018 4:48 AM EST2018-11-06 09:48:13 GMT
    Here is the latest timing on the front: Rain heavy at times will be arriving from west to east as a cold front enters the region. Expect showers from when the polls close until early afternoon as temperatures rise into the upper 50s near 60. An umbrella is a must through this time! Through the afternoon things will dry out with a spotty drizzle left over. Partly cloudy sky remains through dinner time and late day as temperatures sink back into the mid to upper 50s. 
    Here is the latest timing on the front: Rain heavy at times will be arriving from west to east as a cold front enters the region. Expect showers from when the polls close until early afternoon as temperatures rise into the upper 50s near 60. An umbrella is a must through this time! Through the afternoon things will dry out with a spotty drizzle left over. Partly cloudy sky remains through dinner time and late day as temperatures sink back into the mid to upper 50s. 
  • A Wet Election Day

    A Wet Election Day

    Monday, November 5 2018 7:40 PM EST2018-11-06 00:40:06 GMT
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers on Tuesday with periods of rain likely.  The rain could be briefly heavy as the front passes through followed by drier conditions with partial clearing during the afternoon.  Temperatures will end up mild with the 5 Degree Guarantee 60.  Dry conditions are likely Wednesday with highs in the mid 50s.
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers on Tuesday with periods of rain likely.  The rain could be briefly heavy as the front passes through followed by drier conditions with partial clearing during the afternoon.  Temperatures will end up mild with the 5 Degree Guarantee 60.  Dry conditions are likely Wednesday with highs in the mid 50s.
  • Planning Ahead for Election Day!

    Planning Ahead for Election Day!

    Monday, November 5 2018 5:32 AM EST2018-11-05 10:32:08 GMT
    Planning ahead for voting tomorrow on Election Day: If you're voting early on, from the time the polls open through early afternoon showers will remain possible across the area. Some of that rain may be heavy at times. Be sure to take it slow early on Tuesday and to pack up that umbrella. Temperatures will be warming up, early on staying in the low 50s but by the afternoon a high of 64 will be expected.  Through the afternoon spotty showers may be possible but after that cold f...
    Planning ahead for voting tomorrow on Election Day: If you're voting early on, from the time the polls open through early afternoon showers will remain possible across the area. Some of that rain may be heavy at times. Be sure to take it slow early on Tuesday and to pack up that umbrella. Temperatures will be warming up, early on staying in the low 50s but by the afternoon a high of 64 will be expected.  Through the afternoon spotty showers may be possible but after that cold f...
  • More Sunshine for Your Sunday

    More Sunshine for Your Sunday

    Sunday, November 4 2018 8:16 AM EST2018-11-04 13:16:17 GMT
    Today we begin chilly, with temperatures hovering around 30 degrees. However, those temperatures will be ramping up into the lower 50s for highs, thanks to the sunshine that will be sticking around through the afternoon. Highs in Northern Tier PA should peak near 50. Enjoy the day, as clouds will be on the increase into Monday, with more scattered showers and heavier rain on the way for Tuesday morning/afternoon.
    Today we begin chilly, with temperatures hovering around 30 degrees. However, those temperatures will be ramping up into the lower 50s for highs, thanks to the sunshine that will be sticking around through the afternoon. Highs in Northern Tier PA should peak near 50. Enjoy the day, as clouds will be on the increase into Monday, with more scattered showers and heavier rain on the way for Tuesday morning/afternoon.
  • Late Day Clearing Into Sunday!

    Late Day Clearing Into Sunday!

    Saturday, November 3 2018 8:29 AM EDT2018-11-03 12:29:07 GMT
    Some showers will linger into the early afternoon, with the rain moving on for the second half of the afternoon. The further we get into the day, the clearer skies will become. Peeks of sunshine will start to breakout after lunchtime, and overnight skies will be nearly clear, allowing temperatures to drop below freezing in spots. Sunday is looking great, with a mix of sun & clouds, and high temperatures in the mid-low 50s.
    Some showers will linger into the early afternoon, with the rain moving on for the second half of the afternoon. The further we get into the day, the clearer skies will become. Peeks of sunshine will start to breakout after lunchtime, and overnight skies will be nearly clear, allowing temperatures to drop below freezing in spots. Sunday is looking great, with a mix of sun & clouds, and high temperatures in the mid-low 50s.
  • Latest Fall Foliage Report

    Latest Fall Foliage Report

    Friday, November 2 2018 10:16 PM EDT2018-11-03 02:16:38 GMT
    It's about as good as it'll get this year with muted yellows, oranges and gold throughout the Twin Tiers.  While many trees have already gone bare, there's still a good amount of trees with leaves, which is rare this late into the season.  Gusty winds Saturday will likely take the majority of the leaves down with widespread past peak conditions expected by next weekend.
    It's about as good as it'll get this year with muted yellows, oranges and gold throughout the Twin Tiers.  While many trees have already gone bare, there's still a good amount of trees with leaves, which is rare this late into the season.  Gusty winds Saturday will likely take the majority of the leaves down with widespread past peak conditions expected by next weekend.
  • Your Forecast this Weekend

    Your Forecast this Weekend

    Friday, November 2 2018 5:32 AM EDT2018-11-02 09:32:53 GMT
    Heading into this upcoming weekend, we are tracking 50/50 weather conditions.  Low pressure along the coast will keep the area under cloudy sky for Saturday with lingering moisture. Showers will mainly stay rain with a few wet snowflakes possible in the higher elevations. Temperatures through Saturday are expected to stay cool with highs only rising near 48. Blustery winds are also expected, with gusts as high as 30mph possible! Sunday high pressure finally arrives, and with it...
    Heading into this upcoming weekend, we are tracking 50/50 weather conditions.  Low pressure along the coast will keep the area under cloudy sky for Saturday with lingering moisture. Showers will mainly stay rain with a few wet snowflakes possible in the higher elevations. Temperatures through Saturday are expected to stay cool with highs only rising near 48. Blustery winds are also expected, with gusts as high as 30mph possible! Sunday high pressure finally arrives, and with it...
  • Rain Moves in Today, Tomorrow & Saturday

    Rain Moves in Today, Tomorrow & Saturday

    Thursday, November 1 2018 5:37 AM EDT2018-11-01 09:37:58 GMT
    As low pressure continues to snake from the southwest through the northeast today, showers will stay likely.  Thursday periods of rainfall will be expected as well as mostly cloudy sky. Daytime highs will generally stay in the mid to upper 40s, but we are starting relatively mild this morning with temperatures sitting in the mid 50s in some locations. Through the evening showers remain possible.  Warmer air and another early maximum temperature should arrive late toni...
    As low pressure continues to snake from the southwest through the northeast today, showers will stay likely.  Thursday periods of rainfall will be expected as well as mostly cloudy sky. Daytime highs will generally stay in the mid to upper 40s, but we are starting relatively mild this morning with temperatures sitting in the mid 50s in some locations. Through the evening showers remain possible.  Warmer air and another early maximum temperature should arrive late toni...
  • Wet Weather Persists

    Wet Weather Persists

    Wednesday, October 31 2018 4:59 PM EDT2018-10-31 20:59:14 GMT
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with occasional showers.  Another area of low pressure will lift up through the region Thursday into Friday with more showers likely.  Rainfall amounts through Friday afternoon will generally range from 0.5" to 1" with an additional 0.5" possible Friday night into Saturday.
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with occasional showers.  Another area of low pressure will lift up through the region Thursday into Friday with more showers likely.  Rainfall amounts through Friday afternoon will generally range from 0.5" to 1" with an additional 0.5" possible Friday night into Saturday.
  • Happy Halloween!

    Happy Halloween!

    Wednesday, October 31 2018 5:08 AM EDT2018-10-31 09:08:35 GMT
    Today expect mostly cloudy sky and breezy winds out of the southwest. Highs are expected to rise into the lower 60s this afternoon, staying mild for Trick or Treat times. Be sure to plan to have an umbrella handy as you're heading out the door for any Halloween activities late day and early evening as the chance for showers increases. The good news, most rain should be very scattered and light in nature.  Through the overnight showers will continue to be possible as lows drop ne...
    Today expect mostly cloudy sky and breezy winds out of the southwest. Highs are expected to rise into the lower 60s this afternoon, staying mild for Trick or Treat times. Be sure to plan to have an umbrella handy as you're heading out the door for any Halloween activities late day and early evening as the chance for showers increases. The good news, most rain should be very scattered and light in nature.  Through the overnight showers will continue to be possible as lows drop ne...
  • Showers Return Wednesday

    Showers Return Wednesday

    Tuesday, October 30 2018 5:35 PM EDT2018-10-30 21:35:00 GMT
    Low pressure will approach from the west on Wednesday with increasing clouds followed by scattered showers by late afternoon into the evening.  Trick or treaters, however, can also expect milder temperatures despite the scattered showers with evening temperatures in the 50s.  More rain is likely Thursday and Friday as several areas of low pressure lift up from the south.  Rainfall amounts by the end of the week will likely range from 1-2".
    Low pressure will approach from the west on Wednesday with increasing clouds followed by scattered showers by late afternoon into the evening.  Trick or treaters, however, can also expect milder temperatures despite the scattered showers with evening temperatures in the 50s.  More rain is likely Thursday and Friday as several areas of low pressure lift up from the south.  Rainfall amounts by the end of the week will likely range from 1-2".
  • Latest Trick or Treat Forecast

    Latest Trick or Treat Forecast

    Tuesday, October 30 2018 5:15 AM EDT2018-10-30 09:15:39 GMT

    Heading into Halloween, our latest forecast continues to keep rain showers towards our north for peak trick or treat times so be sure to keep the umbrella on hand! As low pressure moves closer to the region, that chance for rain will increase as temperatures stay mild. A few spotty showers may be possible late day and early evening, but a higher likelihood for rain arrives as time flies into the overnight. Even though spotty it may be a good idea to keep the rain gear near by, but wi...

    Heading into Halloween, our latest forecast continues to keep rain showers towards our north for peak trick or treat times so be sure to keep the umbrella on hand! As low pressure moves closer to the region, that chance for rain will increase as temperatures stay mild. A few spotty showers may be possible late day and early evening, but a higher likelihood for rain arrives as time flies into the overnight. Even though spotty it may be a good idea to keep the rain gear near by, but wi...

  • Finally Some Sunshine!

    Finally Some Sunshine!

    Monday, October 29 2018 7:52 PM EDT2018-10-29 23:52:24 GMT
    High pressure will briefly build into the region on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies expected.  Temperatures will also climb to more seasonable levels with the 5 Degree Guarantee 55.  Even though warmer temperatures are likely for Halloween, our next storm system will quickly approach from the west with showers becoming likely.  Showers will continue Thursday and Friday with the potential for 1.0-1.5" of rain.
    High pressure will briefly build into the region on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies expected.  Temperatures will also climb to more seasonable levels with the 5 Degree Guarantee 55.  Even though warmer temperatures are likely for Halloween, our next storm system will quickly approach from the west with showers becoming likely.  Showers will continue Thursday and Friday with the potential for 1.0-1.5" of rain.
  • Showers Linger Around Today

    Showers Linger Around Today

    Monday, October 29 2018 4:59 AM EDT2018-10-29 08:59:02 GMT
    As moisture continues to swirl across the northeast spotty showers will remain possible throughout the day. All rain is expected to be light. Mostly cloudy sky will also settle into the area as highs rise near 46. Tonight rain will dry out, with clouds breaking overnight with lows near 35. 
    As moisture continues to swirl across the northeast spotty showers will remain possible throughout the day. All rain is expected to be light. Mostly cloudy sky will also settle into the area as highs rise near 46. Tonight rain will dry out, with clouds breaking overnight with lows near 35. 
  • An Overcast October-Cast

    An Overcast October-Cast

    Sunday, October 28 2018 8:39 AM EDT2018-10-28 12:39:21 GMT
    Today we start off with some scattered showers, but they will taper off during the second half of the day. Skies remain very cloudy however, and we will have a second low pressure system bringing us more rain showers Sunday night into Monday. Highs remain cool on both day, as temperatures look to peak on the upper side of the mid 40s. Keep that umbrella handy!
    Today we start off with some scattered showers, but they will taper off during the second half of the day. Skies remain very cloudy however, and we will have a second low pressure system bringing us more rain showers Sunday night into Monday. Highs remain cool on both day, as temperatures look to peak on the upper side of the mid 40s. Keep that umbrella handy!
  • Soggy Conditions Through Sunday Morning

    Soggy Conditions Through Sunday Morning

    Saturday, October 27 2018 9:04 AM EDT2018-10-27 13:04:23 GMT
    Today we have a coastal low pressure system that's bringing with it a decent amount of moisture. Heavier pockets of rain are expected this afternoon, with on and off rain showers through early Sunday afternoon. If you still have outdoor plans today bundle up with some waterproof gear, as real feels will only be in the mid-upper 30s. Looking ahead into the work week, conditions look to stay a bit drier with only a couple spotty showers on Monday, and a mix of sun and clouds for Tu...
    Today we have a coastal low pressure system that's bringing with it a decent amount of moisture. Heavier pockets of rain are expected this afternoon, with on and off rain showers through early Sunday afternoon. If you still have outdoor plans today bundle up with some waterproof gear, as real feels will only be in the mid-upper 30s. Looking ahead into the work week, conditions look to stay a bit drier with only a couple spotty showers on Monday, and a mix of sun and clouds for Tu...
  • A Wet Weekend Ahead

    A Wet Weekend Ahead

    Friday, October 26 2018 4:34 PM EDT2018-10-26 20:34:51 GMT
    Low pressure lifting up the East Coast will make for a wet weekend across the Twin Tiers.  The rain will begin around midnight Friday night with steady rain likely through Saturday.  Clouds will linger Sunday with a few more showers possible.  Temperatures will remain cool with highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s.  Some wet snow may mix in across the hilltops, especially Saturday night.  Total rainfall amounts will generally range from 1-2" wit...
    Low pressure lifting up the East Coast will make for a wet weekend across the Twin Tiers.  The rain will begin around midnight Friday night with steady rain likely through Saturday.  Clouds will linger Sunday with a few more showers possible.  Temperatures will remain cool with highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s.  Some wet snow may mix in across the hilltops, especially Saturday night.  Total rainfall amounts will generally range from 1-2" wit...
  • Have the Rain Gear Ready this Weekend

    Have the Rain Gear Ready this Weekend

    Friday, October 26 2018 5:09 AM EDT2018-10-26 09:09:12 GMT
    Through the day today conditions will remain fairly dry with slightly warmer highs, but as we head into the overnight period moisture will start to lift into the area.  Showers arrive late overnight tonight as lows drop near 36. As temperatures drop in higher elevations some rain may have the opportunity to switch over to wet snow, especially on the hilltops. Accumulations stays little to none, but don't rule it out through the weekend. Through Saturday afternoon rain stays stea...
    Through the day today conditions will remain fairly dry with slightly warmer highs, but as we head into the overnight period moisture will start to lift into the area.  Showers arrive late overnight tonight as lows drop near 36. As temperatures drop in higher elevations some rain may have the opportunity to switch over to wet snow, especially on the hilltops. Accumulations stays little to none, but don't rule it out through the weekend. Through Saturday afternoon rain stays stea...
  • Dry Friday, but a Wet Weekend

    Dry Friday, but a Wet Weekend

    Thursday, October 25 2018 7:47 PM EDT2018-10-25 23:47:21 GMT
    Low pressure will continue to lift up the coast Friday with increasing clouds and slightly warmer temperatures.  The rain will hold off until closer to midnight and then will continue overnight and through much of Saturday.  The rain will taper a bit on Sunday with temperatures over the weekend remaining cool with highs in the 40s.
    Low pressure will continue to lift up the coast Friday with increasing clouds and slightly warmer temperatures.  The rain will hold off until closer to midnight and then will continue overnight and through much of Saturday.  The rain will taper a bit on Sunday with temperatures over the weekend remaining cool with highs in the 40s.
  • Dry Today with Increasing Amounts of Sun

    Dry Today with Increasing Amounts of Sun

    Thursday, October 25 2018 4:24 AM EDT2018-10-25 08:24:22 GMT
    As high pressure builds in things will dry out across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region this Thursday! None-the-less we are still expecting a rather cloudy and cool start this morning with temperatures in the middle 30s. As clouds decrease through the day more sunshine will be able to brighten the area. Despite the sun, temperatures will stay in the upper 40s, well below average for this time of year! Tonight clouds will build back up across the region as another low pressure s...
    As high pressure builds in things will dry out across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region this Thursday! None-the-less we are still expecting a rather cloudy and cool start this morning with temperatures in the middle 30s. As clouds decrease through the day more sunshine will be able to brighten the area. Despite the sun, temperatures will stay in the upper 40s, well below average for this time of year! Tonight clouds will build back up across the region as another low pressure s...
  • Sunshine Returns Thursday

    Sunshine Returns Thursday

    Wednesday, October 24 2018 5:15 PM EDT2018-10-24 21:15:59 GMT
    High pressure will build into the region on Thursday with early clouds expected to give way to partly sunny skies.  Temperatures will remain on the cool side with highs in the mid 40s.  Increasing clouds are likely Friday followed by periods of rain on Saturday.
    High pressure will build into the region on Thursday with early clouds expected to give way to partly sunny skies.  Temperatures will remain on the cool side with highs in the mid 40s.  Increasing clouds are likely Friday followed by periods of rain on Saturday.
  • Cooler Today with a Passing Shower

    Cooler Today with a Passing Shower

    Wednesday, October 24 2018 4:58 AM EDT2018-10-24 08:58:36 GMT
    A passing drizzle or light mix will be possible as the morning progresses as temperatures sit in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Winds will also be breezy out of the west, making it feel a bit cooler. Through the day sky will be variably cloudy with a passing shower possible. Highs stay below average rising near 46 this afternoon.  This evening clouds remain with low temperatures dropping to a chilly 30 degrees. A few flurries may be possible as temperatures drop near freezing off ...
    A passing drizzle or light mix will be possible as the morning progresses as temperatures sit in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Winds will also be breezy out of the west, making it feel a bit cooler. Through the day sky will be variably cloudy with a passing shower possible. Highs stay below average rising near 46 this afternoon.  This evening clouds remain with low temperatures dropping to a chilly 30 degrees. A few flurries may be possible as temperatures drop near freezing off ...
  • Scattered Showers Tonight

    Scattered Showers Tonight

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 4:59 PM EDT2018-10-23 20:59:33 GMT
    A cold front will continue to push through the region tonight with scattered showers likely.  Additional rainfall amounts Tuesday Night into Wednesday will be relatively light with totals generally less than 0.10".  A few wet snowflakes may mix in heading into Wednesday morning as temperatures bottom out in the mid and upper 30s.  Drier conditions are likely Thursday and Friday.
    A cold front will continue to push through the region tonight with scattered showers likely.  Additional rainfall amounts Tuesday Night into Wednesday will be relatively light with totals generally less than 0.10".  A few wet snowflakes may mix in heading into Wednesday morning as temperatures bottom out in the mid and upper 30s.  Drier conditions are likely Thursday and Friday.
  • Showers Become Likely Today

    Showers Become Likely Today

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 4:52 AM EDT2018-10-23 08:52:52 GMT
    Heading out the door? Wear a winter coat and grab the umbrella! This morning clouds will continue to stay settled with starting temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s. As the day goes on, highs are expected to rise near 52 before a cold front sweeps through the region. The chance for showers will increase this as the afternoon progresses, with scattered light rain expected. A pocket or two of moderate rain as well and a rumble or two of thunder may be possible.  Through th...
    Heading out the door? Wear a winter coat and grab the umbrella! This morning clouds will continue to stay settled with starting temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s. As the day goes on, highs are expected to rise near 52 before a cold front sweeps through the region. The chance for showers will increase this as the afternoon progresses, with scattered light rain expected. A pocket or two of moderate rain as well and a rumble or two of thunder may be possible.  Through th...
  • Scattered Showers Tuesday

    Scattered Showers Tuesday

    Monday, October 22 2018 5:00 PM EDT2018-10-22 21:00:58 GMT
    A cold front will pass through the region on Tuesday with scattered showers likely, especially during the afternoon.  Temperatures will rise into the lower 50s before the front passes through with cooler conditions on Wednesday.  Rainfall amounts will be relatively light with about 0.10" expected.
    A cold front will pass through the region on Tuesday with scattered showers likely, especially during the afternoon.  Temperatures will rise into the lower 50s before the front passes through with cooler conditions on Wednesday.  Rainfall amounts will be relatively light with about 0.10" expected.
  • A Cloudy and Slightly Warmer Day

    A Cloudy and Slightly Warmer Day

    Monday, October 22 2018 4:59 AM EDT2018-10-22 08:59:22 GMT
    As your heading out the door today plan for dry conditions, with mostly cloudy sky throughout the day. A few clouds may break through the day with temperatures rising into the lower 50s, below average but slightly warmer than yesterday.  Through the overnight clouds will stick around with lows near 38!
    As your heading out the door today plan for dry conditions, with mostly cloudy sky throughout the day. A few clouds may break through the day with temperatures rising into the lower 50s, below average but slightly warmer than yesterday.  Through the overnight clouds will stick around with lows near 38!
  • Grab Those Winter Coats Today!

    Grab Those Winter Coats Today!

    Sunday, October 21 2018 8:23 AM EDT2018-10-21 12:23:05 GMT
    There will be breaks of sunshine this afternoon, but it's going to be a cold one! Highs will be reaching into the lower 40s today, with feel-like temperatures only up into the lower 30s. We'll also be off to a cool start on Monday morning, so keep that coat and bundle up the kids heading out to the bus stop.
    There will be breaks of sunshine this afternoon, but it's going to be a cold one! Highs will be reaching into the lower 40s today, with feel-like temperatures only up into the lower 30s. We'll also be off to a cool start on Monday morning, so keep that coat and bundle up the kids heading out to the bus stop.
  • Scattered Showers Around for Saturday

    Scattered Showers Around for Saturday

    Friday, October 19 2018 5:21 PM EDT2018-10-19 21:21:11 GMT
    After a great weather Friday, some cloud cover and showers will be moving in for Saturday. Highs will only be topping out in the mid 50s, with the chance off on and off showers through the evening. For Saturday night into Sunday morning we get very chilly, with lows at or dipping below freezing with a light wintry mix, and a light coating of snow possible in higher elevations.
    After a great weather Friday, some cloud cover and showers will be moving in for Saturday. Highs will only be topping out in the mid 50s, with the chance off on and off showers through the evening. For Saturday night into Sunday morning we get very chilly, with lows at or dipping below freezing with a light wintry mix, and a light coating of snow possible in higher elevations.
  • Dry Today but Scattered Showers This Weekend

    Dry Today but Scattered Showers This Weekend

    Friday, October 19 2018 5:36 AM EDT2018-10-19 09:36:49 GMT
    Friday is expected to stay dry with seasonable sunshine but we will be tracking a few showers this weekend as a cold front arrives. Late tonight into early Saturday a few spotty showers may be possible as lows drop near 44. Now heading into Saturday mostly cloudy sky will take over, with scattered showers across the area. As temperatures drop Saturday night closer to the freezing mark, showers may mix with wet snowflakes across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. Some of that...
    Friday is expected to stay dry with seasonable sunshine but we will be tracking a few showers this weekend as a cold front arrives. Late tonight into early Saturday a few spotty showers may be possible as lows drop near 44. Now heading into Saturday mostly cloudy sky will take over, with scattered showers across the area. As temperatures drop Saturday night closer to the freezing mark, showers may mix with wet snowflakes across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. Some of that...
  • Sunny and Mild Friday

    Sunny and Mild Friday

    Thursday, October 18 2018 7:26 PM EDT2018-10-18 23:26:36 GMT
    High pressure will remain nearby on Friday with mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures.  Southwesterly winds will help boost temperatures into the low and mid 60s during the afternoon.  More clouds will arrive at night with scattered showers possible.  Showers are likely on Saturday with highs in the mid 50s.  
    High pressure will remain nearby on Friday with mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures.  Southwesterly winds will help boost temperatures into the low and mid 60s during the afternoon.  More clouds will arrive at night with scattered showers possible.  Showers are likely on Saturday with highs in the mid 50s.  
  • Early Flurries to Chilly Sun

    Early Flurries to Chilly Sun

    Thursday, October 18 2018 5:07 AM EDT2018-10-18 09:07:26 GMT
    As the kids are heading out the door today they'll need the heavy coat and the hat as temperatures start in the low to mid 30s this morning! Winds will also be a bit breezy out of the northwest from morning through the afternoon, making it feel even cooler at times across the area. Sunshine will increase through mid morning, but keep in mind, even with that sun temperatures are expected to stay well below average only rising in the low to mid 40s today! Through the overnight sky shou...
    As the kids are heading out the door today they'll need the heavy coat and the hat as temperatures start in the low to mid 30s this morning! Winds will also be a bit breezy out of the northwest from morning through the afternoon, making it feel even cooler at times across the area. Sunshine will increase through mid morning, but keep in mind, even with that sun temperatures are expected to stay well below average only rising in the low to mid 40s today! Through the overnight sky shou...
  • Snow Possible Tonight

    Snow Possible Tonight

    Wednesday, October 17 2018 4:31 PM EDT2018-10-17 20:31:21 GMT
    Colder temperatures will continue to push into the Twin Tiers tonight and with lingering showers around, a few snow showers can't be ruled out.  Generally speaking a light dusting will be possible on the hilltops with little or no accumulation expected in the valleys.  Early flurries Thursday will give way to partly sunny skies, but temperatures will remain chilly with highs only in the low to mid 40s.
    Colder temperatures will continue to push into the Twin Tiers tonight and with lingering showers around, a few snow showers can't be ruled out.  Generally speaking a light dusting will be possible on the hilltops with little or no accumulation expected in the valleys.  Early flurries Thursday will give way to partly sunny skies, but temperatures will remain chilly with highs only in the low to mid 40s.
  • Showers Becoming Likely

    Showers Becoming Likely

    Wednesday, October 17 2018 5:19 AM EDT2018-10-17 09:19:23 GMT
    Planing to rake any fallen leaves today? Well plan for scattered showers through the afternoon with clouds and cooling temperatures. Highs early on today will rise near 50, but as the afternoon progresses and a cold front swings through those temperatures will be declining as we head into dinner time today! Winds will be quite blustery as well as they blow between 5 and 20 mph from the west so a great idea to throw on a sweatshirt and a winter jacket.  Tonight showers may linge...
    Planing to rake any fallen leaves today? Well plan for scattered showers through the afternoon with clouds and cooling temperatures. Highs early on today will rise near 50, but as the afternoon progresses and a cold front swings through those temperatures will be declining as we head into dinner time today! Winds will be quite blustery as well as they blow between 5 and 20 mph from the west so a great idea to throw on a sweatshirt and a winter jacket.  Tonight showers may linge...
  • Showers Likely Wednesday

    Showers Likely Wednesday

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 8:05 PM EDT2018-10-17 00:05:36 GMT
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers Wednesday with a round of showers likely.  Rainfall amounts, however, will be relatively light with most areas expected to pick up less than 0.10".  As temperatures drop late Wednesday into Wednesday night some of the rain showers could mix with wet snow showers.  Temperatures on Thursday will only rise into the low and mid 40s.
    A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers Wednesday with a round of showers likely.  Rainfall amounts, however, will be relatively light with most areas expected to pick up less than 0.10".  As temperatures drop late Wednesday into Wednesday night some of the rain showers could mix with wet snow showers.  Temperatures on Thursday will only rise into the low and mid 40s.
  • Staying Below Average for A Bit

    Staying Below Average for A Bit

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 4:25 AM EDT2018-10-16 08:25:54 GMT
    Heading through the rest of this week temperatures are going to be trending below our seasonal average!  Starting today, highs are expected to rise into the low to mid 50s across the area even with ample sunshine on tap. Keep in mind with breezy winds expected it'll feel even cooler across the area. Heading into Wednesday and Thursday we will be tracking another cold front. That will bring some rainy conditions to the region and the chance for a wintry mix as temperatures fall t...
    Heading through the rest of this week temperatures are going to be trending below our seasonal average!  Starting today, highs are expected to rise into the low to mid 50s across the area even with ample sunshine on tap. Keep in mind with breezy winds expected it'll feel even cooler across the area. Heading into Wednesday and Thursday we will be tracking another cold front. That will bring some rainy conditions to the region and the chance for a wintry mix as temperatures fall t...
  • Sunshine Returns Tuesday

    Sunshine Returns Tuesday

    Monday, October 15 2018 4:56 PM EDT2018-10-15 20:56:00 GMT
    High pressure will build back into the region on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies.  Temperatures will also end up cooler with highs in the low to mid 50s.  The winds will be on the breezy side, making it feel cooler.  Another front will pass through on Wednesday with a few showers and cooler temperatures for midweek.
    High pressure will build back into the region on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies.  Temperatures will also end up cooler with highs in the low to mid 50s.  The winds will be on the breezy side, making it feel cooler.  Another front will pass through on Wednesday with a few showers and cooler temperatures for midweek.
  • Wake Up Weather

    Wake Up Weather

    Monday, October 15 2018 4:20 AM EDT2018-10-15 08:20:51 GMT
    Grab the rain gear! As we track low pressure, showers will be likely throughout the day today. Most rain should stay relatively light, but do not be surprised to see raindrops as you head out the door for work this morning. Clouds will remain through the afternoon with a few more scattered showers as highs warm near 65. Tonight after a cold front exits the region, low temperatures will be much cooler dropping into the upper 30s as rain tapers and clouds begin to clear. 
    Grab the rain gear! As we track low pressure, showers will be likely throughout the day today. Most rain should stay relatively light, but do not be surprised to see raindrops as you head out the door for work this morning. Clouds will remain through the afternoon with a few more scattered showers as highs warm near 65. Tonight after a cold front exits the region, low temperatures will be much cooler dropping into the upper 30s as rain tapers and clouds begin to clear. 
  • Pleasant End to Weekend

    Pleasant End to Weekend

    Sunday, October 14 2018 5:49 AM EDT2018-10-14 09:49:44 GMT
    High pressure will provide the Twin Tiers with a dry end to the weekend along with seasonable temperatures.  Despite the frosty start for some, afternoon temperatures will top out in the upper 50s, not far from the seasonal average.  Low pressure will approach from the southwest Sunday night with increasing clouds and the chance for showers.  The showers will continue into Monday.
    High pressure will provide the Twin Tiers with a dry end to the weekend along with seasonable temperatures.  Despite the frosty start for some, afternoon temperatures will top out in the upper 50s, not far from the seasonal average.  Low pressure will approach from the southwest Sunday night with increasing clouds and the chance for showers.  The showers will continue into Monday.
  • Frost Likely Saturday Night

    Frost Likely Saturday Night

    Saturday, October 13 2018 9:11 AM EDT2018-10-13 13:11:33 GMT
    Some of the coldest temperatures so far this season will push into the Twin Tiers Saturday Night with areas of frost likely.  Skies will become partly cloudy with temperatures expected to drop into the low and mid 30s.  A Frost Advisory has been issued for the region.  Despite the cold start on Sunday, temperatures will rise to near seasonable levels by afternoon with highs in the upper 50s.
    Some of the coldest temperatures so far this season will push into the Twin Tiers Saturday Night with areas of frost likely.  Skies will become partly cloudy with temperatures expected to drop into the low and mid 30s.  A Frost Advisory has been issued for the region.  Despite the cold start on Sunday, temperatures will rise to near seasonable levels by afternoon with highs in the upper 50s.
  • First Flakes of the Season?

    First Flakes of the Season?

    Friday, October 12 2018 4:51 PM EDT2018-10-12 20:51:04 GMT
    A quick moving area of low pressure will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with light rain likely.  As temperatures overnight drop into the upper 30s, some of the rain showers may mix with a few wet snowflakes, especially across the higher terrain.  No accumulation is expected with temperatures remaining above freezing.  The showers will taper Saturday morning with partial sunshine expected during the afternoon.
    A quick moving area of low pressure will pass through the Twin Tiers tonight with light rain likely.  As temperatures overnight drop into the upper 30s, some of the rain showers may mix with a few wet snowflakes, especially across the higher terrain.  No accumulation is expected with temperatures remaining above freezing.  The showers will taper Saturday morning with partial sunshine expected during the afternoon.
  • A Much Crisper Start

    A Much Crisper Start

    Friday, October 12 2018 4:24 AM EDT2018-10-12 08:24:46 GMT
    Temperatures have declined from yesterday, with most starting off 15 to 20º cooler this morning-so grab the jacket and sweater! Through the day today as clouds continue to settle into the region, temperatures are expected to stay below average in the middle 50s this afternoon. A few peeks of sun may be possible here and there, but for many dry conditions will continue to be the case.  Tonight is a different story. We expect a few showers to arrive after midnight tonight, t...
    Temperatures have declined from yesterday, with most starting off 15 to 20º cooler this morning-so grab the jacket and sweater! Through the day today as clouds continue to settle into the region, temperatures are expected to stay below average in the middle 50s this afternoon. A few peeks of sun may be possible here and there, but for many dry conditions will continue to be the case.  Tonight is a different story. We expect a few showers to arrive after midnight tonight, t...
  • Cooler Temps on the Way!

    Cooler Temps on the Way!

    Thursday, October 11 2018 4:51 PM EDT2018-10-11 20:51:13 GMT
    A cold front will usher in more Fall-like temperatures beginning Friday and lasting through the upcoming weekend.  Partly sunny skies are likely Friday along with breezy conditions.  Temperatures will top out in the mid 50s.  More 50s are likely through the weekend, which is slightly below average for this time of year.
    A cold front will usher in more Fall-like temperatures beginning Friday and lasting through the upcoming weekend.  Partly sunny skies are likely Friday along with breezy conditions.  Temperatures will top out in the mid 50s.  More 50s are likely through the weekend, which is slightly below average for this time of year.
  • Showers Stay Likely Today

    Showers Stay Likely Today

    Thursday, October 11 2018 5:08 AM EDT2018-10-11 09:08:33 GMT
    As moisture continues to track into the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes from the southwest, showers will remain likely across the area. Through the afternoon temperatures will be able to rise into the middle 70s, and as a cold front approaches thunderstorms will become possible. Flooding potential is something we will continue to keep an eye on, but most of the heaviest rain looks to pass towards our east.  Tonight conditions will become much drier, after that front exits, with...
    As moisture continues to track into the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes from the southwest, showers will remain likely across the area. Through the afternoon temperatures will be able to rise into the middle 70s, and as a cold front approaches thunderstorms will become possible. Flooding potential is something we will continue to keep an eye on, but most of the heaviest rain looks to pass towards our east.  Tonight conditions will become much drier, after that front exits, with...
  • Showers and Thunderstorms Likely Thursday

    Showers and Thunderstorms Likely Thursday

    Wednesday, October 10 2018 4:55 PM EDT2018-10-10 20:55:31 GMT
    A cold front will push through the Twin Tiers Thursday with showers and thunderstorms likely.  Rainfall amounts will average near a half inch with localized higher amounts possible.  Temperatures will remain above average with highs in the low to mid 70s, but much cooler conditions will filter in behind the front with highs on Friday only in the mid 50s.
    A cold front will push through the Twin Tiers Thursday with showers and thunderstorms likely.  Rainfall amounts will average near a half inch with localized higher amounts possible.  Temperatures will remain above average with highs in the low to mid 70s, but much cooler conditions will filter in behind the front with highs on Friday only in the mid 50s.
  • Some Rain and Cooler Temperatures in the Near Future

    Some Rain and Cooler Temperatures in the Near Future

    Wednesday, October 10 2018 6:28 AM EDT2018-10-10 10:28:03 GMT
    Today highs will get above 80 in spots for the final day, as a cool down in finally on the way. On the back edge of a cold front which will be pressing through by Thursday afternoon, highs will consistently be back into the 50s heading into the middle of next week. Rainfall amounts associated with the front will range from .25" to 1".
    Today highs will get above 80 in spots for the final day, as a cool down in finally on the way. On the back edge of a cold front which will be pressing through by Thursday afternoon, highs will consistently be back into the 50s heading into the middle of next week. Rainfall amounts associated with the front will range from .25" to 1".
  • It Remains Warm Wednesday

    It Remains Warm Wednesday

    Tuesday, October 9 2018 4:14 PM EDT2018-10-09 20:14:07 GMT
    Unseasonably warm conditions will hang on for another day Wednesday with our next cold front still to our west.  Daytime temperatures will once again climb into the upper 70s and lower 80s with high humidity expected.  A cold front will arrive Thursday with showers and thunderstorms likely followed by much cooler temperatures late week.
    Unseasonably warm conditions will hang on for another day Wednesday with our next cold front still to our west.  Daytime temperatures will once again climb into the upper 70s and lower 80s with high humidity expected.  A cold front will arrive Thursday with showers and thunderstorms likely followed by much cooler temperatures late week.
  • We are Almost to Mid-October Right?

    We are Almost to Mid-October Right?

    Tuesday, October 9 2018 6:25 AM EDT2018-10-09 10:25:57 GMT
    Here we are on October 9th, waking up to temperatures around 70 degrees! Getting later into the afternoon clouds will break up to some sunshine, with some seeing highs getting up above 80 degrees today. Similar conditions can be expected on Wednesday before a major cool down starting on Thursday evening.
    Here we are on October 9th, waking up to temperatures around 70 degrees! Getting later into the afternoon clouds will break up to some sunshine, with some seeing highs getting up above 80 degrees today. Similar conditions can be expected on Wednesday before a major cool down starting on Thursday evening.
  • Summer Hangs On!

    Summer Hangs On!

    Monday, October 8 2018 7:34 PM EDT2018-10-08 23:34:30 GMT
    Warm and humid conditions will continue Tuesday and Wednesday with afternoon temperatures expected to top out in the upper 70s and lower 80s.  Hazy sunshine is likely through the period followed by a good chance for showers and thunderstorms on Thursday as a cold front passes through the region.  More seasonable temperatures will return late week behind the front.
    Warm and humid conditions will continue Tuesday and Wednesday with afternoon temperatures expected to top out in the upper 70s and lower 80s.  Hazy sunshine is likely through the period followed by a good chance for showers and thunderstorms on Thursday as a cold front passes through the region.  More seasonable temperatures will return late week behind the front.
  • A Warm and Humid Columbus Day

    A Warm and Humid Columbus Day

    Monday, October 8 2018 6:36 AM EDT2018-10-08 10:36:53 GMT
    Temperatures will again be topping out in the mid 70s with some peeks of sun throughout the day. Summer is fighting back hard this week with even warmer temperatures near 80 expected on Tuesday and Wednesday.
    Temperatures will again be topping out in the mid 70s with some peeks of sun throughout the day. Summer is fighting back hard this week with even warmer temperatures near 80 expected on Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • The Summer-Like Weather Goes On

    The Summer-Like Weather Goes On

    Sunday, October 7 2018 8:24 AM EDT2018-10-07 12:24:02 GMT
    Today highs will yet again be looking to get above 70s, with lows this week remaining mostly in the mid 50s to low mid 60s! The chance for a few showers remains today, and for Columbus Day, but dry conditions will be on the way for Tuesday and Wednesday with highs near 80.
    Today highs will yet again be looking to get above 70s, with lows this week remaining mostly in the mid 50s to low mid 60s! The chance for a few showers remains today, and for Columbus Day, but dry conditions will be on the way for Tuesday and Wednesday with highs near 80.
  • Fall Foliage Still yet to Settle in

    Fall Foliage Still yet to Settle in

    Saturday, October 6 2018 8:24 AM EDT2018-10-06 12:24:02 GMT
    The leaves around the Twin Tiers have begun to change color, but the foliage is still very patchy in spots. Some beautiful color is in store for us, but we are still a week away from some cooler, fall-like temperatures. Today highs will be in the mid 70s, with peeks of sunshine and some isolated t-storms during the evening.
    The leaves around the Twin Tiers have begun to change color, but the foliage is still very patchy in spots. Some beautiful color is in store for us, but we are still a week away from some cooler, fall-like temperatures. Today highs will be in the mid 70s, with peeks of sunshine and some isolated t-storms during the evening.
  • Fall Foliage Report

    Fall Foliage Report

    Friday, October 5 2018 4:58 PM EDT2018-10-05 20:58:56 GMT
    Patchy areas of color are emerging across the Twin Tiers as we head into the first weekend of October.  Despite the color change, the weather will be on the mild side through the weekend with the chance for a few showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder.  Temperatures will top out in the mid 70s.  The warming trend will continue next week with a few spots close to 80 Tuesday and Wednesday.
    Patchy areas of color are emerging across the Twin Tiers as we head into the first weekend of October.  Despite the color change, the weather will be on the mild side through the weekend with the chance for a few showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder.  Temperatures will top out in the mid 70s.  The warming trend will continue next week with a few spots close to 80 Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • Tracking Spotty Rain This Weekend

    Tracking Spotty Rain This Weekend

    Friday, October 5 2018 4:24 AM EDT2018-10-05 08:24:30 GMT
    Heading into the weekend warmer air will be moving in, as well as a few spotty showers! A warm front will lift closer to the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes tonight, bringing thicker clouds on Saturday. A passing shower may be possible, but most should end up dry as highs rise near 72. By Sunday we are even warmer! Highs will rise near 75 once that warm front heads north, but not far behind a cold front will be tracking into the area. With that next front moving in, more showers and a p...
    Heading into the weekend warmer air will be moving in, as well as a few spotty showers! A warm front will lift closer to the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes tonight, bringing thicker clouds on Saturday. A passing shower may be possible, but most should end up dry as highs rise near 72. By Sunday we are even warmer! Highs will rise near 75 once that warm front heads north, but not far behind a cold front will be tracking into the area. With that next front moving in, more showers and a p...
  • Tracking Another Few Rounds of Storms

    Tracking Another Few Rounds of Storms

    Thursday, October 4 2018 4:15 AM EDT2018-10-04 08:15:35 GMT
    Grab the Rain Gear! As another cold front approaches the area today, showers and thunderstorms become likely across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Most of the morning should be okay especially early on, but through the morning clouds will increase with showers moving in through mid morning. That chance for showers and thunderstorms will linger through the afternoon. Some storms may contain gusty winds and heavy rain. After this front exits, sky is expected to clear and this could h...
    Grab the Rain Gear! As another cold front approaches the area today, showers and thunderstorms become likely across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Most of the morning should be okay especially early on, but through the morning clouds will increase with showers moving in through mid morning. That chance for showers and thunderstorms will linger through the afternoon. Some storms may contain gusty winds and heavy rain. After this front exits, sky is expected to clear and this could h...
  • Thunderstorms Return Thursday

    Thunderstorms Return Thursday

    Wednesday, October 3 2018 4:42 PM EDT2018-10-03 20:42:22 GMT
    After dry conditions across the Twin Tiers tonight, our next storm system will approach Thursday.  Showers and thunderstorms will become likely Thursday as a cold front pushes through the region.  The best chance for storms will be late morning into early afternoon.  While we're not expecting widespread severe weather, a few heavier downpours and breezy conditions are possible with a few of the storms.  Drier conditions will return on Friday along with cooler condi...
    After dry conditions across the Twin Tiers tonight, our next storm system will approach Thursday.  Showers and thunderstorms will become likely Thursday as a cold front pushes through the region.  The best chance for storms will be late morning into early afternoon.  While we're not expecting widespread severe weather, a few heavier downpours and breezy conditions are possible with a few of the storms.  Drier conditions will return on Friday along with cooler condi...
  • Much Calmer Conditions

    Much Calmer Conditions

    Wednesday, October 3 2018 4:17 AM EDT2018-10-03 08:17:25 GMT
    After a very active weather day yesterday, things will be much more relaxed across the area this Wednesday.  Starting things off with areas of patchy drizzle and fog as temperatures sit in the upper 50s, but as high pressure briefly enters the region the afternoon should stay dry. The area will also see increasing amounts of sunshine especially later on this afternoon as highs rise in the middle 60s.  Late day through early evening clouds will stay relatively broken, letti...
    After a very active weather day yesterday, things will be much more relaxed across the area this Wednesday.  Starting things off with areas of patchy drizzle and fog as temperatures sit in the upper 50s, but as high pressure briefly enters the region the afternoon should stay dry. The area will also see increasing amounts of sunshine especially later on this afternoon as highs rise in the middle 60s.  Late day through early evening clouds will stay relatively broken, letti...
  • T-Storms with Heavy Rain Possible

    T-Storms with Heavy Rain Possible

    Tuesday, October 2 2018 4:21 AM EDT2018-10-02 08:21:05 GMT
    Above average warmth will move in today as a warm front lifts northward. As the afternoon descends upon the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes a cold front will approach/move through the area. This will increase the chance for thunderstorm activity. Possible threats this afternoon include localized downpours, and strong damaging winds as well as localized flooding in highly saturated locations. Be sure to tune back in for up to date alerts issued for our area! After this front exits, linge...
    Above average warmth will move in today as a warm front lifts northward. As the afternoon descends upon the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes a cold front will approach/move through the area. This will increase the chance for thunderstorm activity. Possible threats this afternoon include localized downpours, and strong damaging winds as well as localized flooding in highly saturated locations. Be sure to tune back in for up to date alerts issued for our area! After this front exits, linge...
  • Thunderstorms Likely Tuesday

    Thunderstorms Likely Tuesday

    Monday, October 1 2018 4:49 PM EDT2018-10-01 20:49:19 GMT
    Low pressure will lift a warm front through the region Tuesday followed by a cold front during the afternoon.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely with a few of the storms potentially producing damaging wind gusts.  Drier conditions will return briefly on Wednesday with highs near 70.
    Low pressure will lift a warm front through the region Tuesday followed by a cold front during the afternoon.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely with a few of the storms potentially producing damaging wind gusts.  Drier conditions will return briefly on Wednesday with highs near 70.
  • Showers Expected Today

    Showers Expected Today

    Monday, October 1 2018 4:15 AM EDT2018-10-01 08:15:20 GMT
    Yesterday's rain finally tracked north, settling across northeast portions of New York State. Now heading through the day today, that front is expected to sink back towards the south. This frontal movement will increase the chance for showers across our area locally in the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Most rain should stay relatively light and spotty for the area. Clouds will also linger across, with cool highs only rising near 63 degrees.  Tonight a shower or two may linge...
    Yesterday's rain finally tracked north, settling across northeast portions of New York State. Now heading through the day today, that front is expected to sink back towards the south. This frontal movement will increase the chance for showers across our area locally in the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Most rain should stay relatively light and spotty for the area. Clouds will also linger across, with cool highs only rising near 63 degrees.  Tonight a shower or two may linge...
  • Another Cool Day with More Clouds

    Another Cool Day with More Clouds

    Sunday, September 30 2018 6:20 AM EDT2018-09-30 10:20:16 GMT
    Heading out the door early this morning a few showers may be possible as a warm front moves closer towards the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Through the morning hours this front should lift further north, making it much drier through the day. Mostly cloudy sky will be the dominate factor in today's forecast, with cooler highs near 64.  Tonight sky should remain quite cloudy, but that will keep temperatures mild overnight. Lows are only expected to drop near 52 degrees - about 10 ...
    Heading out the door early this morning a few showers may be possible as a warm front moves closer towards the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes. Through the morning hours this front should lift further north, making it much drier through the day. Mostly cloudy sky will be the dominate factor in today's forecast, with cooler highs near 64.  Tonight sky should remain quite cloudy, but that will keep temperatures mild overnight. Lows are only expected to drop near 52 degrees - about 10 ...
  • Great Day for a Fall Hike!

    Great Day for a Fall Hike!

    Saturday, September 29 2018 6:23 AM EDT2018-09-29 10:23:10 GMT
    With the weekend in full swing, today may be the perfect day for a fall-like hike up at anyone of the National Parks near by! Dry conditions will be expected this morning through the afternoon with developing sunshine across the region. Highs will be cool through the afternoon though only rising near 66. They may also feel a touch cooler when you account elevation, the higher you go in the mountains the cooler it may be. Be sure to pack one extra layer with longer sleeves also to acc...
    With the weekend in full swing, today may be the perfect day for a fall-like hike up at anyone of the National Parks near by! Dry conditions will be expected this morning through the afternoon with developing sunshine across the region. Highs will be cool through the afternoon though only rising near 66. They may also feel a touch cooler when you account elevation, the higher you go in the mountains the cooler it may be. Be sure to pack one extra layer with longer sleeves also to acc...
  • A Cool and Dry Weekend

    A Cool and Dry Weekend

    Friday, September 28 2018 4:45 PM EDT2018-09-28 20:45:38 GMT
    A weak cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers Friday night with scattered clouds.  Slightly cooler temperatures will follow over the weekend with highs generally in the mid 60s. With high pressure nearby, we're expecting a mix of sun and clouds.  A few more clouds will build into the region Sunday afternoon as a warm front lifts through the region.
    A weak cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers Friday night with scattered clouds.  Slightly cooler temperatures will follow over the weekend with highs generally in the mid 60s. With high pressure nearby, we're expecting a mix of sun and clouds.  A few more clouds will build into the region Sunday afternoon as a warm front lifts through the region.
  • Mainly Dry & Cool Weekend

    Mainly Dry & Cool Weekend

    Friday, September 28 2018 4:20 AM EDT2018-09-28 08:20:49 GMT
    A weak cold front will move into the area late Friday night into early Saturday morning ushering Fall like, crisp temperatures throughout the weekend. Saturday for the most part things should be dry. With that weak front passing through early a patchy drizzle at times may be possible, but conditions should clear through the morning with sunshine developing as highs rise near 66. Heading into Sunday it is smooth sailing. Sunshine will also be likely with a few clouds here and there a...
    A weak cold front will move into the area late Friday night into early Saturday morning ushering Fall like, crisp temperatures throughout the weekend. Saturday for the most part things should be dry. With that weak front passing through early a patchy drizzle at times may be possible, but conditions should clear through the morning with sunshine developing as highs rise near 66. Heading into Sunday it is smooth sailing. Sunshine will also be likely with a few clouds here and there a...
  • Rain Likely Overnight

    Rain Likely Overnight

    Thursday, September 27 2018 4:48 PM EDT2018-09-27 20:48:39 GMT
    Low pressure lifting up along the coast tonight will spread showers into the Twin Tiers.  Rainfall amounts will average near 1/4" for most of the region, although 1/2" to 3/4" is possible across Bradford County.  Early showers Friday will give way to a clearing trend during the afternoon with highs in the upper 60s.
    Low pressure lifting up along the coast tonight will spread showers into the Twin Tiers.  Rainfall amounts will average near 1/4" for most of the region, although 1/2" to 3/4" is possible across Bradford County.  Early showers Friday will give way to a clearing trend during the afternoon with highs in the upper 60s.
  • A Dry but Cool Day

    A Dry but Cool Day

    Thursday, September 27 2018 4:24 AM EDT2018-09-27 08:24:54 GMT
    Grab that jacket and sweater as you and your kids head out the door this morning! Temperatures today are starting off in the upper 40s and lower 50s with clouds and fog developing. As the day goes on, temperatures are only expected to rise into the mid to upper 60s with much more refreshing humidity. This is seasonable for this time of year, but considerably cooler than yesterday's high temperature and humidity. Some sun will mix into cloud cover through the afternoon but through the...
    Grab that jacket and sweater as you and your kids head out the door this morning! Temperatures today are starting off in the upper 40s and lower 50s with clouds and fog developing. As the day goes on, temperatures are only expected to rise into the mid to upper 60s with much more refreshing humidity. This is seasonable for this time of year, but considerably cooler than yesterday's high temperature and humidity. Some sun will mix into cloud cover through the afternoon but through the...
  • Cooler Conditions Thursday

    Cooler Conditions Thursday

    Wednesday, September 26 2018 5:01 PM EDT2018-09-26 21:01:05 GMT

    As the cold front heads to our east tonight, cooler and less humid conditions will push into the Twin Tiers.  We're expecting locally dense fog Thursday morning followed by partly sunny skies.  Winds will be light with afternoon temperatures in the mid 60s.  A few showers are possible early Friday morning, otherwise we're expecting dry conditions heading into the weekend.

    As the cold front heads to our east tonight, cooler and less humid conditions will push into the Twin Tiers.  We're expecting locally dense fog Thursday morning followed by partly sunny skies.  Winds will be light with afternoon temperatures in the mid 60s.  A few showers are possible early Friday morning, otherwise we're expecting dry conditions heading into the weekend.

  • Tracking Thunderstorms Today

    Tracking Thunderstorms Today

    Wednesday, September 26 2018 4:27 AM EDT2018-09-26 08:27:36 GMT
    As we head through the day, make sure to stay weather aware as we are tracking thunderstorms ahead/along a cold front. Some early rain is around, starting of the day with cloudy sky. Heading towards the afternoon showers and storms may become strong at times containing gusty and potentially damaging winds, as well as heavy rainfall. Fast moving rains may contribute to ponding on roadways with a threat of localized flash flooding.  Be sure to keep tuning back in, we will hav...
    As we head through the day, make sure to stay weather aware as we are tracking thunderstorms ahead/along a cold front. Some early rain is around, starting of the day with cloudy sky. Heading towards the afternoon showers and storms may become strong at times containing gusty and potentially damaging winds, as well as heavy rainfall. Fast moving rains may contribute to ponding on roadways with a threat of localized flash flooding.  Be sure to keep tuning back in, we will hav...
  • Strong Thunderstorms Wednesday

    Strong Thunderstorms Wednesday

    Tuesday, September 25 2018 5:01 PM EDT2018-09-25 21:01:11 GMT
    A cold front will push through the Twin Tiers early Wednesday afternoon with a round of showers and thunderstorms likely.  A few of the storms could be on the strong side with gusty winds and heavy rainfall.  The front will clear the region by late afternoon with drier conditions to follow Thursday and Friday.
    A cold front will push through the Twin Tiers early Wednesday afternoon with a round of showers and thunderstorms likely.  A few of the storms could be on the strong side with gusty winds and heavy rainfall.  The front will clear the region by late afternoon with drier conditions to follow Thursday and Friday.
  • Rainy to Start, Mainly Clouds Late

    Rainy to Start, Mainly Clouds Late

    Tuesday, September 25 2018 4:18 AM EDT2018-09-25 08:18:36 GMT
    Heading out the door early this morning? Grab the rain gear!  Showers are expected to continue through mid morning as low pressure tracks through Canada, with some heavier rain at times. Now through the second half of the day, after noon time, rain is expected to become spotty. Clouds will stick around though and temperatures will cap near 70 degrees. Through the evening hours sky remains mostly cloudy as mild low temperatures settle in, but keep in mind a scattered light shower...
    Heading out the door early this morning? Grab the rain gear!  Showers are expected to continue through mid morning as low pressure tracks through Canada, with some heavier rain at times. Now through the second half of the day, after noon time, rain is expected to become spotty. Clouds will stick around though and temperatures will cap near 70 degrees. Through the evening hours sky remains mostly cloudy as mild low temperatures settle in, but keep in mind a scattered light shower...
  • Rain likely Monday Night into Tuesday

    Rain likely Monday Night into Tuesday

    Monday, September 24 2018 7:46 PM EDT2018-09-24 23:46:49 GMT
    Low pressure lifting out of the Ohio Valley will spread rain our way Monday Night into Tuesday.  Even though a steady rain is likely overnight, rainfall rates will generally average near .10" per hour with widespread flooding not expected.  The showers will taper heading into Tuesday afternoon followed by limited sunshine.  Temperatures will end up seasonable with highs near 70.  Scattered thunderstorms are likely on Wednesday as a cold front passes throu...
    Low pressure lifting out of the Ohio Valley will spread rain our way Monday Night into Tuesday.  Even though a steady rain is likely overnight, rainfall rates will generally average near .10" per hour with widespread flooding not expected.  The showers will taper heading into Tuesday afternoon followed by limited sunshine.  Temperatures will end up seasonable with highs near 70.  Scattered thunderstorms are likely on Wednesday as a cold front passes throu...
  • A Cool/Foggy Start with Clouds Moving In

    A Cool/Foggy Start with Clouds Moving In

    Monday, September 24 2018 4:24 AM EDT2018-09-24 08:24:28 GMT
    Early dense fog will stick around through the morning commute, as cool temperatures kick start the day. Through mid morning, fog will lift to some sunshine with clouds continuing to mix into the area through the afternoon. More clouds will be expected through the second half of the day, as temperatures stay seasonable rising near 70 degrees.  Tonight a front to our south will lift northward. This will bring the chance for rain through the evening, as clouds settle in and lows si...
    Early dense fog will stick around through the morning commute, as cool temperatures kick start the day. Through mid morning, fog will lift to some sunshine with clouds continuing to mix into the area through the afternoon. More clouds will be expected through the second half of the day, as temperatures stay seasonable rising near 70 degrees.  Tonight a front to our south will lift northward. This will bring the chance for rain through the evening, as clouds settle in and lows si...
  • A Pleasant and Sunny Sunday!

    A Pleasant and Sunny Sunday!

    Sunday, September 23 2018 8:12 AM EDT2018-09-23 12:12:52 GMT
    Skies will be clearing out later today to mainly sunny skies, with high temperatures reaching into the upper 60s! Tonight, lows will again dip into the mid 40s, with a foggy start in valleys for Monday. After that fog burns of look for more sunshine and a high near 71.
    Skies will be clearing out later today to mainly sunny skies, with high temperatures reaching into the upper 60s! Tonight, lows will again dip into the mid 40s, with a foggy start in valleys for Monday. After that fog burns of look for more sunshine and a high near 71.
  • Fall-Like Weather to Kick Off the Season

    Fall-Like Weather to Kick Off the Season

    Saturday, September 22 2018 8:45 AM EDT2018-09-22 12:45:35 GMT
    Happy first day of fall, and what a fall-like day it is! High temperatures today will only be topping out in the lower 60s with some peeks of sunshine throughout the afternoon. If you will be out tonight then grab a jacket as low temperatures will be dipping into the lower 40s, accompanied by partly clear skies. Tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60s.
    Happy first day of fall, and what a fall-like day it is! High temperatures today will only be topping out in the lower 60s with some peeks of sunshine throughout the afternoon. If you will be out tonight then grab a jacket as low temperatures will be dipping into the lower 40s, accompanied by partly clear skies. Tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60s.
  • Thunderstorms Likely Tonight

    Thunderstorms Likely Tonight

    Friday, September 21 2018 4:45 PM EDT2018-09-21 20:45:12 GMT
    A strong cold front will push through the Twin Tiers early tonight with a round of showers and thunderstorms likely.  A few of the storms could contain strong winds resulting in downed trees.  A brief period of heavy rain is also likely, which could result in minor flooding issues.  Much cooler temperatures will follow the front with highs on Saturday only in the lower 60s.
    A strong cold front will push through the Twin Tiers early tonight with a round of showers and thunderstorms likely.  A few of the storms could contain strong winds resulting in downed trees.  A brief period of heavy rain is also likely, which could result in minor flooding issues.  Much cooler temperatures will follow the front with highs on Saturday only in the lower 60s.
  • Harvest Forecast

    Harvest Forecast

    Friday, September 21 2018 5:24 AM EDT2018-09-21 09:24:03 GMT
    Heading into the weekend things are really cooling down! For your Corning's Gaffer District Harvest plans things will be gradually clearing to partial sunshine by the afternoon. Cooler temperatures will start us off early in the morning, with highs only expected to rise near 64. Dry conditions will continue to move in the rest of the weekend with ample amounts of sunshine into Sunday!
    Heading into the weekend things are really cooling down! For your Corning's Gaffer District Harvest plans things will be gradually clearing to partial sunshine by the afternoon. Cooler temperatures will start us off early in the morning, with highs only expected to rise near 64. Dry conditions will continue to move in the rest of the weekend with ample amounts of sunshine into Sunday!
  • Gusty Winds Friday

    Gusty Winds Friday

    Thursday, September 20 2018 6:22 PM EDT2018-09-20 22:22:29 GMT
    Winds will increase out of the south on Friday in advance of an approaching cold front.  We're expecting frequent gusts topping 20 mph through the day.  The strongest gusts will likely accompany the cold front set to pass through Friday evening.  Some of the winds could potentially gust over 50 mph.  Cooler conditions will follow the front with highs on Saturday only in the mid 60s.
    Winds will increase out of the south on Friday in advance of an approaching cold front.  We're expecting frequent gusts topping 20 mph through the day.  The strongest gusts will likely accompany the cold front set to pass through Friday evening.  Some of the winds could potentially gust over 50 mph.  Cooler conditions will follow the front with highs on Saturday only in the mid 60s.
  • A Dry & Cool Bus Stop Forecast

    A Dry & Cool Bus Stop Forecast

    Thursday, September 20 2018 4:14 AM EDT2018-09-20 08:14:25 GMT
    As the Kids are heading out this morning things are looking much cooler and dry! Temperatures to start will be sitting in the low to mid 50s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, with clouds and some areas of patchy fog. A light sweater or jacket may be a good idea as they are waiting for the bus this morning! As the day goes on things will be warming just a bit, staying mild for this time of year but not uncomfortable. Humidity is expected to stay down, as brighter sunshine builds...
    As the Kids are heading out this morning things are looking much cooler and dry! Temperatures to start will be sitting in the low to mid 50s across the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, with clouds and some areas of patchy fog. A light sweater or jacket may be a good idea as they are waiting for the bus this morning! As the day goes on things will be warming just a bit, staying mild for this time of year but not uncomfortable. Humidity is expected to stay down, as brighter sunshine builds...
  • Fair Skies Thursday

    Fair Skies Thursday

    Wednesday, September 19 2018 4:45 PM EDT2018-09-19 20:45:56 GMT
    Pleasant conditions will persist Thursday as high pressure remains in control across the Twin Tiers.  Early fog will give way to partly sunny skies with afternoon temperatures expected to top out in the mid 70s.  Warmer conditions are likely Friday along with the chance for late day thunderstorms as our next cold front approaches.
    Pleasant conditions will persist Thursday as high pressure remains in control across the Twin Tiers.  Early fog will give way to partly sunny skies with afternoon temperatures expected to top out in the mid 70s.  Warmer conditions are likely Friday along with the chance for late day thunderstorms as our next cold front approaches.
  • Early Dense Fog is Here!

    Early Dense Fog is Here!

    Wednesday, September 19 2018 4:23 AM EDT2018-09-19 08:23:44 GMT
    Dense patches of fog are already developing this morning. Be careful if heading out the door,  as thicker fog may obstruct vision! Be sure to take it a bit slower, and also have your headlights shining. Through mid morning fog will lift to clouds with the possibility of a light shower, but by the afternoon darkness should fade a bit as sunshine mixes in. Highs will be closer to where we should be seasonal, rising near 75 degrees!
    Dense patches of fog are already developing this morning. Be careful if heading out the door,  as thicker fog may obstruct vision! Be sure to take it a bit slower, and also have your headlights shining. Through mid morning fog will lift to clouds with the possibility of a light shower, but by the afternoon darkness should fade a bit as sunshine mixes in. Highs will be closer to where we should be seasonal, rising near 75 degrees!

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