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Stormteam Forecast

Outside a few lake effect snow showers north of Binghamton, Friday will be a dry day across the Southern Tier but chilly again. In spite of some sun, it will be a struggle to reach 30 degrees today.

Here are the weather headlines:

• Snow showers from time to time Friday, especially northwest of Binghamton.
• For most, Friday is just another blustery and cold day.
• Temperatures moderate over the weekend.
• As the warmer air tries to move in there could be a few brief showers later Saturday into Sunday morning.
• Temperatures could approach 60 degrees on Monday!

A reinforcing shot of cold air is coming into the Southern Tier Friday. As it does, winds will shift into the northwest. That wind direction is favorable for at least a few lake effect snow showers northwest of Binghamton today, especially over the Finger Lakes where a light accumulation of snow could fall.

Much of the Southern Tier, however, will end up dry today with some sunshine. The sun won’t do much to warm us as temperature only reach 30 degrees.

A warming trend is in store for the upcoming weekend. We warm into the upper 30s on Saturday and upper 40s for Sunday. With this change to more seasonably warm air we think there will be a few rain or snow showers around in particular late Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning.

Our warmest day looks to be Monday as we take a run at 60 degrees. Again, there will be a few rain showers will accompany this warmth.

The warmth won’t last. A cooling trend will follow Monday so by Thanksgiving our temperatures will be back in the 30s.

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