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Stormteam Forecast

A storm system moving up the East Coast will bring accumulating snow to the Southern Tier and Northeast Pennsylvania starting this morning. By the time the snow winds down Wednesday evening there could be 4-8” There will be higher accumulations east of Binghamton.

Here are the weather headlines:

• Cooler weather is now in place over the Southern Tier, just cool enough for precipitation to fall in the form of snow.
• A storm will track up the East Coast Wednesday and Wednesday night. Heavy snow is likely over eastern New York and parts of the Southern Tier
• Areas east of Binghamton could end up with close to a foot of snow.
• Snow winds down overnight Wednesday.
• Just a few snow showers around Thursday and Friday.
• We may very well be in the 50s by Sunday.

A storm system is developing off the South Carolina coast this morning. It will quickly track northeast and head away from the New England Coast later tonight. This will spread moisture north into the Northeast during Wednesday.

Near the coast, the weather should be warm enough for the precipitation from this storm to be mostly in the form of rain. Farther inland, from the Poconos north through the Catskills up the Hudson Valley and into New England, the precipitation should fall as snow. The snow will move north across the New York/Pennsylvania line this morning and continue right through the afternoon.

The trend on our computer models from overnight points to the storm moving just a bit farther west. That means we now expect a bit more snow for the Southern Tier. It looks like close to Binghamton there will be 4-8” of new snow by late evening but to the east, closer to the Catskills and Poconos, there could be closer to a foot of new snow.

After the storm moves quickly away Wednesday night, cooler weather will build in for later Thanksgiving Day into Friday. Our weather for the end of the week is rather quiet (but chilly) with just a few snow showers from time to time and little if any accumulation.

The cold will not last. On Saturday, a change in wind direction will start to warm things up. We’ll easily be in the 40s Saturday and perhaps into the lower 50s on Sunday.

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