Monday unfolds as a partly sunny day with stretches of blue sky and equal stretches of overcast sky. An occasional light snow shower or flurry is likely, both due to upslope northwesterly flow in the Adirondacks and Green Mountains and favorable WNW fetch across Lake Ontario providing lake-effect snow showers through central New York and into southern Vermont. Steady temp in the upper 20s to low 30s with a wind chill value in the teens to low 20s. Northwest wind 10-20 mph. Tonight, mostly cloudy and hovering around 30 degrees.
Tuesday, mostly sunny with increasing clouds during the afternoon. Warm, upper 40s to around 50° with a breezy south wind. Tuesday night into Wednesday, a weak cold front looming off to the northwest swings through. There will be some light rain showers, changing to a mix then snow showers. Low 40s with a southwest wind shifting to out of the northwest.
Thursday, Thanksgiving, mostly to partly sunny. Cooler, mid 30s. Thursday night into Friday morning, another weak front sneaks past with a few snow showers. But heading into Friday, clouds start to clear again. It’s mostly sunny for a good chunk of Black Friday shoppers. Mid to upper 30s. Unsettled weather returns for the weekend with another rain to flash freeze to snow event Saturday into Sunday.
Have a fabulous day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist