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Happy Thanksgiving! East coast storm pulls away, but snow showers still linger across the Greater Binghamton area for Thanksgiving. Temperatures will be on the chilly side for the Thanksgiving holiday, and for any Black Friday Shoppers.

Here are the weather headlines:

· Nor’easter out of the area, moving into the Canadian Maritimes.
· Scattered snow showers continue Thursday afternoon. Some lake effect will set up for Thursday and especially Friday.
· Milder weather is just around the corner for the weekend.

A storm (Nor’ easter) left some hefty snow totals across the Southern Tier Thanksgiving morning. Most areas accumulated 6-12" or more in the Southern Tier and Northeast PA. Temperatures will be just below or near the freezing mark Thursday. This will keep our roads a bit on the slick side, so travel with caution.

A small disturbance in the upper atmosphere will is moving overhead Thursday. It’s regenerating some light snow, there may even be a little lake effect mixed in with that. Another inch or two is possible mainly over the eastern Finger Lakes. Otherwise additional snow accumulation will be little to none.

Friday may produce some lake effect in a narrow areas southeast of Lake Ontario. This may include some of the Finger Lakes and portions of Tioga and Cortland counties. Some additional accumulations are likely in localized snow showers.

Over the weekend, warmer weather will return on southwest winds. There may be a few rain or snow showers Saturday, a few rain showers are possible Sunday.

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