Tuesday's Almanac: Sunrise 7:25 Sunset 4:35 Average High 39 Average Low 23 Record High 65 (1966) Record Low 2 (2002)
Just another day in Upstate New York out there today. Cloudy sky, chilly, and flurries/snow showers scattered about. What ya see is what ya get the next several days too. An arctic blast of air is coming across the Great Lakes providing us with extensive cloud cover and chances for flurries/snow showers. Of course as is typical of lake effect events, our portion of the Twin Tiers is largely not impacted. We'll see some flakes flying between now and Thursday but on any given day, not much more than a coating is expected. If there's one shot for a light accumulation, it comes Wednesday night. A disturbance clipping through the upper levels of the atmosphere will enhance the snow showers. At that point, all of the Tiers will have the chance at a light snow accumulation.
We get a break from the snow on Friday before all eyes turn to a possible coastal storm this weekend. As it stands now we'd see a mix of rain and snow with some snow accumulation possible. We'll continue to track the details of the storm for you and bring you the latest as it becomes available.
Today: Cloudy; snow showers and flurries. Your 5 Degree Guarantee is 32.