A nice spot of sunshine for a little bit today. This will lead to some mild/warm temps well into the 50's. Enjoy it. It will not last.
Updates for this weekend s Storm:
*Precipitation is not likely to start until late Sat night or early Sun morning.
*Precipitation will likely remain frozen/freezing in some form Sun morning.
*It will change to light rain/drizzle Sun afternoon.
*Depending on storm development more precipitation develops Sun night and Mon.
That's all for now. Enjoy.
Well, Sunday's snow was a bit bigger than most bargained for. It did change to snow. So I got that right. And the timing of when it ended, and the temperatures for the day were good too. And in the valleys, it really didn't do too much to the main roads. But in the hills/higher elevations, it did create quite the mess. It was pretty. And it was our first snow.
All I can say is "Welcome to winter."
And today (as we know), tomorrow and Wednesday will NOT feel at all like winter. It will be in the 50's both Tue and Wed. It might even try for 60 in a few spots, esp Tue with sunshine.
Showers will enter the picture on Wed, as well some windy weather. No real impacts to travel except for far northern NY and New England. For us the biggest story will be the winds. They will become gusty and strong Wed night into Thu. It will be interesting to see how the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade handles the wind with their balloons. It won't be all that cold either, but the winds will be make it feel much colder than it is. Temps will be around the lower 40's most of the day.
Friday looks nice with sunshine, although a touch chilly.
Saturday and Sunday look stormy. And there is likely to be some snow to start, and some ice also. How much snow? How much ice? Will it change to rain? These questions cannot be answered at this time. There are too many moving parts, and they interact impacts the type of weather we may receive. No matter what we get this coming weekend after Thanksgiving will not be warm.
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Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.