Winter Weather At-A-Glance
Updated: 11/22 8:52 am
New Snow by 11/23 7am: None
This range is over the entire eastern Finger Lakes region. Please check the full forecast for location specific forecasts.
Seasonal Snowfall Through 11/21
2014-2015 Winter: 9.5"
2013-2014 Winter: 2.9"
Warmer air will finally return to the region this weekend, but not without a small price first. Some rain showers will move into the Finger Lakes late this morning into the early afternoon. While temperatures will be warm enough for rain within most of the Finger Lakes, a few of the normally colder spots on the outskirts of the region may see a little freezing rain at the onset of the precipitation. Temperatures will rise to around 40º today, with only a slight drop in temperatures overnight with more rain showers. Most of the rain should be out of the area by Sunday morning, leaving us with a mix of sun and clouds and highs pushing towards 50º.
The storm system responsible for our warm up will be lifting into the upper Great Lakes, placing us on the warm side of the storm. Another batch of rain, and wind, will move in Sunday night, with some wind gusts possibly as high as 40mph. The daytime hours on Monday may be quiet as far as precipitation goes as highs push into the 60s. The warm up will be short lived as colder air starts working in on Tuesday. By the end of the week, highs will again be in the 20s. Furthermore, there is a slight, outside chance of a coastal system spreading some snow into the area Wednesday and Thursday.