Frost, rain and wind Tuesday
A strengthened low pressure area will head north into the Great Lakes today from the Ohio River Valley while cold high pressure over New England will be slow to leave.
This setup will likely bring some wintry precipitation for a while today before the warm air wins out. Gusty winds will also blow when two opposing pressure systems oppose each other.
here Key messages for understanding today’s weather And prepare for it properly.
- Precipitation moves very quickly and is earlier than shown in even the latest models. Hence, we should see rains starting in the southwestern parts of the region during the period Mid to late morning. By early afternoonAll areas should see rainfall.
- The type of precipitation will vary depending on locationSometimes even over very short distances. The general trend will be for precipitation to shift from a wintry mix to rain, but some areas may start out as rain and remain rainy throughout.
- The best chance for winter precipitation will be across Southern Tier and into central New York. These are deliberately vague descriptions, because even within these regions, there will be significant differences. the cold It is the type of winter precipitation most likely, followed by snow. Only a few pockets of freezing rain, if any at all, are expected.
- Accumulations of snow and frost It will be minimal and contain mostly grass surfaces above 1,200 feet. Even here, only a layer of snow or sleet is expected.
- While a few slick spots will be possible on elevated roads,… The majority of roads in our area should remain wet only.
- Rain will be heavy at times, and driven by wind. These factors are more likely to disrupt travel than winter road conditions.
- Wind gusts will peak during the afternoon and early evening Gusts 35-45 mph. Again, higher elevations will see the highest winds. These winds will be from the southeast.
- It will rain Taper this evening Where dry air penetrates and interrupts precipitation. Scattered rain is likely to continue throughout the night with temperatures rising into the 40s.
- there There are no advisories or warnings from the National Weather Servicewith the exception of a wind warning in Wyoming County, which is another indication that this will be a generally minor event.
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Thanksgiving travel weather
By Wednesday morning, temperatures will rise into the mid-40s as scattered rain continues. The rain will not be widespread or long-lasting, but some rain may continue into the afternoon hours.
Some breaks of sunlight may also penetrate the cloudy area. Any sun will only increase temperatures, and highs should be in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Outside our immediate area, the weather will also be mild with a few rain showers, which poses no travel concerns in any direction.
High pressure will slide on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday. Thursday will be the warmest day with highs in the mid 40s. Friday will see temperatures rise about ten degrees into the mid 30s. Thursday may also be brighter than Friday, but both days should have a mix of sun and clouds.
Those heading out early Friday morning will be greeted with near-average temperatures in the upper 20s to near 30s.
The weekend should remain quiet, although clouds will be more abundant on Saturday and Sunday. Precipitation this weekend will be limited to some rain or snow showers later Sunday night.
Saturday will remain cool with highs in the mid 30s. Sunday’s weather could be a little warmer with highs reaching around 40 degrees.
Light rain and snow showers are possible on Monday. Another weather system is likely to move in the middle of next week. Limited lake effect would also be possible behind each of these systems.
Temperatures next week will remain mostly in the 30s with a possible slight rise to the low 40s.
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This figure represents the average for the entire Finger Lakes region. Local variations should be expected.
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