While the central and northern parts of the Finger Lakes saw more accumulating snow overnight – the rest of the region saw nothing but extreme cold.
And for this time of year – the record-setting lows – which registered in the mid-teens in many places – meant even colder wind chills.
Heading out the door this morning – wind chill readings will be in the single digits, or nearly zero in some rural parts of the region.
The record low for today (Wed) has at least been tied at 17°. Wind chills at this hour are just nothing short of brutal for this time of year. Actually, just make that absurd. Yeah, absurd. #ROC pic.twitter.com/c4c0UkeYrG
— Josh Nichols (@wnywxguy) November 13, 2019
The lake flakes will taper as the morning progresses – and sunshine will dominate the forecast. But don’t expect any significant warm-up to occur.
Temperatures will struggle on Wednesday to get into the mid-20s. That said, change is on the horizon – with 40s back in the forecast by weekend.
Check out the FingerLakes1.com Weather Center for the latest forecast information.
Lake flakes this morning and more record cold pic.twitter.com/MmuwFR8KKV
— Rich Caniglia (@whec_rcaniglia) November 13, 2019
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