Rain Returns This Week
As we begin the work week, temperatures will be mild but come with increasing chances for showers. The greatest chance for showers will come on Monday as we expect scattered morning showers to transition into widespread rain by the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures Monday will jump into the mid 40s for highs and upper 40s for highs Tuesday. Over the next several days we can expect rainfall accumulations generally near half an inch, but some locations, mainly in the Northern Ti...
Bitter Blast on the Way
Before we see another cold blast into the region, temperatures will climb into the upper 40s on Tuesday, but then a cold front will swing through. This cold front will likely bring some of the coldest air of the season thus far for the middle of the week and into the end of the week. Temperatures on Wednesday will struggle to make it into the low 30s, but breezy conditions will make it feel like the low 20s. The coldest of the air will appear Wednesday night and into Thursday morning....
Snow Backs Off to the North
Light snow showers are passing through the Twin Tiers this morning, but rising temperatures will quickly change a lot of our precipitation over to rain. The Northern Tier of PA looks to stay away from light snow accumulations, as opposed to 1-3" being expected up towards the Finger Lakes. Also, be mindful of ice formation on solid surfaces into Saturday morning, as lows tonight are slated to fall around 20. The start of our weekend comes with pa...
Rain and Snow Likely Friday
A fast moving clipper system will pass through the Twin Tiers on Friday with snow showers likely early followed by a mix of rain and snow showers during the afternoon. Temperatures will top out in the lower 40s, which will limit accumulations to less than an inch during the morning. Sunshine will return on Saturday with highs only near 30.
Scattered Snow Showers Wednesday
A weak area of low pressure will pass through the region on Wednesday with limited moisture and the chance for a few snow showers. Any accumulations will be less than an inch. Mainly dry conditions are likely Thursday followed by another round of scattered snow showers on Friday. Once again, any accumulations should be less than an inch.
Snowfall Totals Approach a Foot
The snow continues to taper Monday night, but not before much of the Twin Tiers picked up 10-12" of snow. Sunshine will return Tuesday with temperatures in the upper 30s, which will help start the melting process. Mixed rain and snow showers will push into the region on Wednesday with highs near 40.
Changing to Snow Late
After a mix of freezing rain, sleet, and snow that is expected through the day Sunday we will be changing to all snow late. A secondary area of low pressure will form along the East Coast this evening and when the secondary low takes over, cold air will be dragged in from the north and change the wintry mix to all snow and snow will quickly develop across the Twin Tiers. We will be looking at locally heavy snow across some isolated locations. Models continue to suggest a heavy sn...
Wintry Mess Headed Our Way
Another weekend, another wintry mess headed towards the Twin Tiers. We will be expecting snow and ice again to impact the Twin Tiers. We are expecting to wake up across the region Sunday with a wintry mix, towards the Northern Tier however, we will see more in the way of freezing rain. For the southwestern portion of our viewing area, we could see upwards of a quarter an inch of freezing rain making travel dangerous across the region. Otherwise the rest of the region is expected to se...
Wintry Mix to Snow Late this Weekend
Low pressure will lift a warm front our way on Sunday with a wintry mix likely. Accumulations will be relatively light with close to an inch expected. Another low pressure system will develop just off the Mid Atlantic coast with a round of accumulating snow Sunday night into Monday. Parts of the viewing area can expect 3-6" with higher amounts farther east.
Chilly Temperatures Expected for Area Parades
The weather will dry out a bit Friday and Saturday here in the Twin Tiers...good news if you're heading out to any of the holiday parades. We're expecting limited sunshine on Friday with a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday. The weather will go downhill Sunday as a wintry mix of snow and sleet develops.
Travel Looks Good Through Saturday
Scattered showers remain possible for Thanksgiving along with gusty winds, but travel conditions look okay. More sunshine will develop Friday and Saturday with highs in the mid to upper 30s. A wintry mix is possible on Sunday which could make for slippery road conditions.
Power Outage Potential
Across the region tomorrow we will see wind gusts pick up from breezy conditions in the morning to strong and even dangerous wind gusts during the afternoon. We will see wind gusts ramp up into the upper 40s and even low 50s by Wednesday evening. The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory which goes into effect starting Wednesday night and lasts through the overnight period and into Thanksgiving morning. We will see gusts stay persistent through the overnight period ...
Piece of Cake Forecast for Today!
A good deal of sun will be around for our Tuesday, as highs soar into the upper 50s, a huge change from some morning temps in the upper 20s. For tomorrow, we get a switch up with spotty showers across the region, but highs should remain in the mid 50s. Temperatures will dip back on Thanksgiving in a big way back to the 30s, as early flurries change to some pokes of sun. Highs will only top out in the upper 30s on Friday, still with good breaks of sun.
Mild through Midweek
Unseasonably mild temperatures will stick around through Wednesday, which is when a strong cold front will pass through with a round of scattered showers and gusty winds. A few flurries are possible heading into Thanksgiving Day with highs near 40. Despite sunshine on Friday, temperatures will only top out in the mid to upper 30s.
Changes in barometric pressure can wreak havoc with those that suffer from arthritis. Migraine headaches could also be triggered by barometric pressure. This graphic shows you when we can expect the most significant changes in pressure over the next week. Right now it looks like the largest pressure change will occur leading up to Thanksgiving as a storm system passes through the region.
After a cooler start for most of the region, temps should reach into the upper 40s today, as we are slated to see partial sunshine return! Very light and spotty showers...
High pressure to our south Thursday will result in a few breaks in the overcast here in the Twin Tiers. Temperatures will also end up a bit warmer with highs in the upper 40s. Low pressure will approach from the west Thursday night with the chance for a few showers. The showers will taper Friday morning followed by clearing skies through the afternoon.
More cloud cover holds on for our Wednesday, along with the potential for a few pokes of sun, as highs stick into the low 40s. Temps should reach into the mid-upper...