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NORMAL UPDATE

Forecast for Binghamton and the Southern Tier

February 16, 2016 Updated Aug 25, 2016 at 5:25 PM EDT



Tonight: Showers and some thunder. Chance of precipitation is 40%. Low: 68 (66-70).

Friday: Showers and some storms in the morning turning to mostly sunny in the afternoon. Chance of AM precipitation is 40%. High: 81 (78-83).

Friday Night: Partly cloudy. Low: 60 (58-64).

Forecast By: Meteorologist Nathan Hopper




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Forecast Discussion:

Showers will hang around through the overnight hours tonight, exiting the area by noon Friday. Friday afternoon looks sunny and less humid than it was today.

High pressure then takes over from Friday afternoon through Sunday. This weekend is shaping up to be a great one for outdoor plans.

The next disturbance looks to begin affecting the area on Monday in the form of another cold front, bringing the best chance of showers and storms to the Southern Tier next week.

A slight chance of isolated showers then sticks with us to Thursday as a few moist shortwave disturbances (small-scale atmospheric instabilities not associated with any type of front) keep rain in the forecast.

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