Say It Ain't Snow Twin Tiers!
For today, we are looking at spotty showers with highs in the mid-upper 40s. Mixed rain and snow showers are likely at night with lows in the mid 30s. More snow showers look to mix in on Friday, as a low pressure system tracks up the east coast. Snowfall amounts will average between 1-3" through Friday night, with the higher end of that range much more likely in higher elevations. It's going to be tough to see much snow stick in valley locations...
Snow Possible Friday
One area of low pressure pushing east from the Great Lakes region and another lifting north along the Mid Atlantic Coast will combine to our east on Friday and then lift up into New England. This will result in occasional rain showers Thursday followed by a mix of rain and snow on Friday. A couple of slushy inches of accumulation will be possible by Friday night, especially across the hilltops and on grassy surfaces.
Spring Has Finally Arrived!
Spring officially begins today, and it comes along with some abundant sunshine! Most high temperatures will be getting into the mid 50s today as well, so spend some time outside if you get the chance! Overnight lows will dip into the mid 30s with mainly cloudy skies. Heading into the end of our work week, temps will trend cooler again with the chance of precipitation each day. Some light snow showers are also looking to mix in with spotty rain on Friday.
Mild Start to Spring!
High pressure will result in mostly sunny skies Wednesday and a southwesterly breeze will help boost temperatures into the low and mid 50s. More clouds will arrive Wednesday night with a rain or snow shower possible late. Scattered rain showers are likely Thursday followed by cooler conditions on Friday with the chance for mixed rain and snow.
Sun & Clouds for National Poultry Day
There will be more sunshine to start out Tuesday, with some chilly temperatures before we warm up a bit into the afternoon. Highs will reach up into the mid 40s. Overnight lows will be cold again near 22, but warmer highs in the mid 50s will be present to begin the season of spring, with mainly sunny skies...
Slightly Warmer Tuesday
We're expecting a mix of sun and clouds Tuesday with temperatures in the lower 40s. A weak system will pass through during the afternoon with more clouds and the chance for a brief rain or snow shower. Drier conditions are likely on Wednesday with highs near 50. A few more showers will push back in on Thursday with highs in the 40s.
Colder Temperatures Hanging On
Today we are looking at a mostly sunny start, changing over to times of clouds and sun, with a high near 41. Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry with plentiful sunshine for the former, and partly sunny skies for the latter. Temperatures will continue to trend warmer each day with highs in the mid-low 40s on Tuesday, reaching up into the lower 50s for Wednesday, which also happens to be the first day of spring!
Cool & Dry for the Shamrock World Record Attempt!
Cooler temperatures took over the region on Saturday, but it didn't stop people from coming out for the Horseheads St. Patrick's Parade! More sunshine will be on the way for today, with another high near 40. If you're coming out for the Guinness World Record Attempt for the Largest Human Shamrock in Eldridge Park, please keep those layers handy. Mainly dry conditions will also hang around through mid-week, with highs getting back to the 50 degree mark on Wednesday.
A Cool & Dry St. Patrick's Day Weekend
For St. Patrick's Day weekend we are cooling off, with highs on Saturday and Sunday topping out near 40 degrees. Saturday will feature some breaks of sun, with more sunshine breaking through for Sunday. Make sure to bundle yourselves up when heading to the Horseheads St. Patrick's Day Parade, and/or the World Record Attempt for the Largest Human Shamrock in Elmira! Looking ahead to next week, conditions remain on the dry side, with temperatures trending back to seasonable levels ...
Scattered Showers to Sunshine
As a cold front presses west to east early this morning showers will remain possible. Most will be light but it's still a good idea to head out with the umbrella. As the morning progresses those showers will dry out and we'll see increasing amounts of sun. Sunshine continues through the afternoon before clouds increase. Showers become possible again this evening as temperatures fall through the 40s. Some showers may mix with light snow, but all activity looks very spotty. Tonight temp...
Unseasonable Warmth Coming to a Halt
Overnight lows will be dipping only into the lower-mid 50s, so get out and enjoy these temperatures if you can tonight! For Friday, temperatures will be topping out in the lower 60s, with a cold front pressing through during the afternoon. This will drastically cool us off with Friday night's low close to 33. The good news for this weekend is drier conditions! Peeks of sun are likely on Saturday with a high near 39, and a mix of sun and clouds is on the way for St. Patrick's Day with ...
Much Warmer This Thursday
Today expect mainly dry conditions as clouds break from time to time. Highs will be rising quite a bit this afternoon, forecast to tap out into the upper 50s and lower 60s across the Twin Tiers! This temperature is well above the average, coming in at about 15-20 degrees warmer. Tonight temperatures will stay into the low to mid 50s, but we will be tracking rain as our impending front enters our local area. Showers will be scattered overnight into early Friday with winds building in ...
Unseasonably mild Thursday
Low pressure back over the Great Lakes region will lift a warm front through our region on Thursday. This will result in unseasonably mild conditions with daytime temperatures expected to top out in the lower 60s. Limited sunshine is also likely with a slight chance for a late day shower. The cold front will pass through Friday morning with a better chance for scattered showers followed by much colder conditions for the weekend.
Rain Arrives Thursday into Friday
Today we will stay dry with warm highs near 50 as clouds increase into the afternoon. Our next system does not impact the local area until we head into Thursday evening, where showers become possible as highs rise near 58. The cold front of the system will intensify bringing showers Thursday evening into early Friday, some of which may be heavy at times. A thunderstorm may be possible too during the evening hours as temperatures remain mild in the 50s. After the front exits through Fr...
Rain Likely Late Week
Low pressure will lift up through the Great Lakes region Thursday into Friday, which will drag a cold front through our region by late Friday. Scattered showers are possible Wednesday night and Thursday, but the best chance for rain will hold off until the front passes through on Friday. Right now we're expecting rainfall amounts to average 1/4". Cooler and drier conditions will move in behind the front over the weekend with highs near 40.
A Few Light Flurries for the Commute
Good Morning Twin Tiers! As winds stay breezy out of the northwest, flurries will remain possible for eastern counties in the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes Region. Most snow showers are light and are not causing hazardous travel conditions. We expect clouds to continue to linger through the morning hours with chilly start temperatures in the mid to upper 20s. This afternoon breaks of sun move in, with a few lingering flakes as highs rise into the upper 30s. This eveni...
Cool & Breezy Tuesday
A weak cold front will pass through the region tonight with increasing clouds and the chance for flurries. Cooler conditions will follow Tuesday with partly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 30s. Winds will also be on the breezy side. Warmer conditions will develop through the second half of the week with highs in the 60s by Friday.
Decreasing Clouds and Seasonable
Today clouds will decrease as sunshine increases through mid morning and this afternoon. Breezy winds are expected blowing as high as 10 to 15 Mph. Highs as a result will rise into the lower 40s today, right smack dab on our seasonal average. Late this evening clouds increase with a few flurries as winds continue to blow in out of the west. Lows will drop off near 26 overnight.
A Mild National Mario Day
With a new round of obscure national holidays, today is National Mario Day. The history lesson with this one is why this day was picked for a day to honor the famous Nintendo character. It's actually because when written out, MARIO looks like the abbreviation of March 10th. Getting back to the weather, temperatures will rise above seasonable levels again today, with some breezy winds. Your 5 Degree Guarantee is 48. Some spotty showers will be around, but the region will dry out this e...
3 Day Weather Snapshot
Here is what to expect over the next 3 Days! Today sun and clouds will mix as highs finally rise near 35 degrees. This evening a few light flurries may be possible as a weak system sits over portions of Pennsylvania. Overnight those flurries will taper, with clouds and a low near 15. Saturday more sunshine develops with seasonable highs near 41. Through the evening low pressure tracks through the Great Lakes. That will bring wintry mix to the Twin Tiers and Finger Lakes, which could...
Low pressure will track towards the Mid Atlantic Coast Sunday night and then lift up into New England on Monday. We'll be on the western edge of the snowfall here in the Twin Tiers with a general 2-4" expected. Much colder conditions will filter in heading into the new week with temperatures expected to be well below average through the week.
Today we will be still tracking scattered rain and snow showers through late day and early evening, but the bigger system for Sunday we have been tracking since mid week bodes well for the Twin Tiers. As of now the heaviest snow for Sunday afternoon and evening is still tracking further towards the east coast. This will give us a break when it comes to snowfall accumulations. If the track shifts further west we could see enhanced amounts of snowfall but as of now we are expecting...
Low pressure over the Mississippi Valley early Sunday will lift northeast, spreading snow our way by late Sunday afternoon. The heaviest snow will pass by to our east with accumulations across the Twin Tiers expected to average between 3-6". The snow will taper early Monday followed by mainly dry, but cold conditions through most of next week.
After a few early flurries this morning, things will be drying out for the rest of the day with seasonable highs near 37. This weekend minor accumulations will be possible on Saturday, with periods of wintry mix and scattered snow possible. Highs will rise near 37 degrees. Sunday we are tracking the potential for a higher impact snow through the day with a high temperature of 34. Some of these snow showers may linger into early Monday. Be sure to stay with us as we continue to f...
After yesterday's snowy scene, much drier conditions will be expected across the Twin Tiers today. A few flurries may linger this morning, but most should dry out as we progress into the mid morning hours. By the afternoon clouds will break to peeks of sunshine with a high of 28 expected. Tonight calm and cloudy conditions will continue with temperatures sitting near 15 degrees across the area.