Another Chance of Heavy Rain
Again across the Twin Tiers we could be looking at chance for heavy rain. At this time Monday we will be watching another storms system moving from the Central US and into our neighborhood by Tuesday. This system will be a bit of déjà vu for the region because we will see another "Miller-B" type system. We will see the main system move to our north and the energy will again transfer to the coast, just like our recent system we saw last week. The difference...
Frosty Conditions Overnight
High pressure will build into the region tonight with clearing skies and chilly conditions. Temperatures will bottom out in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Sunshine is likely on Saturday with temperatures rebounding into the upper 50s. Lower 60s are likely Sunday, but with increasing clouds.
A Few More Showers
As low pressure over New England slowly lifts to the northeast, most of the showers will come to an end. Additional rainfall amounts Thursday night will be light with up to 0.10" possible. Winds will remain brisk both Thursday night and Friday. Clouds will gradually give way to limited sunshine Friday followed by mostly sunny skies on Saturday.
Cool and Windy Thursday
Low pressure will intensify over New England on Thursday with cooler temperatures expected to wrap in behind the system. Temperatures locally will struggle with highs only in the upper 40s to near 50. Gusty winds and scattered showers will make it feel even cooler. Partial sunshine will return later Friday.
Rain Likely Wednesday
Low pressure will lift through the Twin Tiers Wednesday with periods of rain likely, especially during the afternoon. Winds will also pick up with gusts to near 30 mph possible. The rain will begin around midday and continue through the afternoon. Most computer models give our region between 1/4"-1/3" with localized higher amounts possible.
Mostly Sunny Tuesday
High pressure will briefly settle into the Twin Tiers on Tuesday with plenty of sunshine along with seasonable temperatures. Low pressure will bring more clouds heading into Wednesday and eventually periods of rain into the region. Cooler conditions will follow on Thursday with highs only near 50.
Our Next Rain Maker
You know what they say, if it looks like a duck and act likes a duck, it's a duck. During the middle of this week a classic "Miller-B" Nor'easter will be taking aim at the East Coast which will includes the Twin Tiers. NO, we will not be seeing a snowstorm later this week, but are we looking at what's to come this winter? Regardless of what this means for the long range pattern, this Wednesday we will be looking at the potential for heavy rain across the region and...
Frosty Night Ahead
After a day of mainly cloudy skies and a few showers we will see clearing skies tonight, but temperatures will plummet. Lows tonight are expected to be around freezing or below with some locations ending up in the upper 20s! As of this morning, a frost advisory is not in effect, but is expected to be put into effect later today as temperatures are expected to be near the freezing mark. This means that you should bring anything that needs to be brought in when the temperature drops nea...
Light Rain Saturday
A cold front will pass through the Twin Tiers on Saturday with mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers. Limited moisture is expected along the front with most areas only looking at a few hundredths of an inch of rain. Clearing skies are likely at night with sunny skies expected on Sunday.
A Few Showers Saturday
We're still tracking a cold front expected to push through the Twin Tiers Saturday afternoon. Moisture continues to look limited with the front with rainfall amounts generally under 0.10". The best chance for rain will be mid to late afternoon Saturday with drier conditions expected on Sunday.
Next Chance for Rain Late Saturday
Quiet weather conditions will persist through the end of the workweek as high pressure remains in control over northern New England. On Saturday, a cold front will approach from the west with scattered showers possible by late afternoon. Rainfall amounts right now continue to look light with less than 0.10" expected.
Seasonable Temperatures Through the Week
Average high temperatures this time of year are right around 63 and that's exactly where we'll be over the next several days. We're expecting generally dry conditions through Friday as low pressure remains just off the Mid Atlantic coast. Our next cold front will approach late Saturday with a few showers possible and slightly cooler temperatures heading into early next week.
After a frosty start on Saturday, we can expect plenty of sunshine with afternoon temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s. More clouds will arrive Saturday night followed by the chance for a few showers on Sunday as a warm front lifts through. More rain is likely on Monday as a cold front follows.
For our Friday we see most temperatures settling in the lower 50s throughout the entire today, with a drier afternoon in-store. Tonight through tomorrow morning will...
Our first freeze of the season is possible Friday night as temperatures are forecast to drop into the lower 30s. A FREEZE WATCH has been posted for our viewing area, which will either turn into a FREEZE WARNING if freezing conditions are imminent or into a FROST ADVISORY if temperatures are only forecast to drop into the mid 30s. Either way, be prepared for chilly conditions Friday night.
High temps will take a big step back today, settling into the upper 50s, with on and off rain showers. Temperatures continue to drop tomorrow, we dry out later in the afternoon...
Low pressure will track east Thursday through the Twin Tiers with mostly cloudy skies and occasional showers. The rain will gradually taper Friday morning and give way to clearing skies late Friday. Rainfall totals will range from 1/3" to 1/2". Temperatures will remain below average with highs Thursday and Friday only in the 50s.