Finger Lakes: Not a washout, but this weekend won’t be a standout!
It won’t quite feel like spring this weekend, but the Finger Lakes and Central New York will get a taste for the types of conditions one can expect in April.
The Storm Trackers Team says there’s nothing major on the horizon – at least in the short-term – and that despite a cloudy, cool weekend – weather shouldn’t impact your events.
As the morning progresses patchy rain will make its way through the region. The southern and eastern parts of the region can expect to see the most rainfall, according to forecaster Joshua Pan.
Isolated showers will continue into the afternoon. Temperatures will hover in the 40s.
Rain showers will turn to snow showers during the overnight – as temperatures slide through the 30s. Some light snow is possible Sunday morning, but it won’t be enough to accumulate.
Looking ahead to the new work week – a slight moderation of temperatures will be followed by a significant warm-up. That will mean increased chances for rain, thunderstorms, and wind – none of which can be confirmed or pinpointed just yet.
– For the latest forecast information visit the FingerLakes1.com Weather Center.
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