Winter Weather At-A-Glance
Updated: 2/25 8:01 am
New Snow by 02/26 7am: Trace
This range is over the entire eastern Finger Lakes region. Please check the full forecast for location specific forecasts.
Seasonal Snowfall Through 02/24
2014-2015 Winter: n/a"
2013-2014 Winter: 100.4"
High pressure is building in from the west today. Some clouds linger this morning, but should gradually lessen as the day goes on. By the afternoon, there should be more sun than clouds. Temperatures will remain chilly today, with highs in the mid teens. Winds will be very light though, so it probably will not feel too bad. Clear skies and calm winds overnight will let the temperature drop, with the normally colder areas pushing towards -10º while the warmer areas stay closer to 0º. Bright sunshine should rapidly warm temperatures above zero early Saturday morning, with afternoon highs in the low 20s. Some clouds will start to work back in Saturday night, with temperatures mostly near or above 0º. The majority of Sunday will be quiet, albeit a bit cloudy, with highs well into the 20s.
There are two main weather systems that are "on the radar" (pun intended) for the next week. The first of these will be a weak, fast moving system Sunday night. This system will spread snow and some gusty winds across our area, with the bulk of the precipitation falling after the sun sets Sunday and before the sun rises on Monday. A major snow fall is not expected, but a few inches will be possible. The second system looks much stronger towards the middle of next week. While a shot of snow may kick the storm off, the track looks favorable for enough warm air to reach our region for some rain. Of course, this is still nearly a week away and a lot can change, so continue to check back for details.