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Forecast for Binghamton and the Twin Tiers

July 20, 2010 Updated Sep 3, 2015 at 4:18 AM EDT



Thursday: Warm and muggy. Partly cloudy with PM showers and T-storms. High: 82-86 Wind: NW becoming N 5-10 mph

Thursday Night: Partly cloudy with fog. Low: 50-64 Wind: NE 3-8 mph

Friday: Partly cloudy. A few showers and T-storms south of Binghamton. Less muggy. High: 80-84 Wind: NE becoming SE 3-8 mph

Forecast By: Meteorologist Brian Schroeder


We still have a large body of high pressure hanging over the Ohio River Valley. This is a warm and muggy air mass. Temperatures, both highs and lows, will once again be a few degrees above average.

There will be a cold front dipping in from the north. This will give us a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. A few of these will linger into Friday, mainly across our PA counties.

High pressure will give us warm and quiet weather for the Labor Day weekend. We will keep the warm temperatures, but dew point temperatures will be dropping giving us a more comfortable forecast for Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Another cold front will approach on Tuesday. With that, we’ll have the chance of showers and T-storms Tuesday. This will be followed by another front on Wednesday keeping showers in the forecast for Wednesday and Thursday. This will also bring a return to more seasonable temperatures.


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