Forecast for Binghamton and the Twin Tiers

July 20, 2010 Updated Jan 27, 2015 at 11:25 PM EST

Tonight: Slow clearing is expected by morning. It will be coldest where skies are clearest longest. Wind chill could be as low as -15 at times. Low: -1 to 7

Wednesday: Partly cloudy to mostly sunny. High: 18-23

Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy to clear early with increasing clouds. Low: 3-10

Forecast By: Chief Meteorologist Howard Manges

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Mainly cloudy skies will be with us through midnight, but some slow clearing is likely toward morning. Lows will be in the single digits to possibly below zero in the coldest spots. Wind chills could drop as low as -10. High pressure will visit us for tomorrow and sunshine is expected. It will be a cold day, however, with highs likely only around 20. Clear skies early Wednesday night will give way to increasing clouds toward Thursday morning. Lows will be in the single digits to around 10.

A fast moving low pressure system will move toward us Thursday. Some light snow looks likely by late in the day. Light snow is possible Thursday night into early Friday. At this time, any accumulations appear to be minor, but please monitor the forecast for any changes.

Friday will be a breezy and cloudy day with highs around 26. Scattered snow showers are likely and depending on the timing of the arrival of a cold front, temperatures may actually fall through the afternoon. Overnight lows will plummet to near 0, if not below in many locations. High pressure will build in Saturday but it will be very cold with highs in the low teens and overnight lows near and below zero. I expect clouds and sunshine mixed through the day. Sunday should bring more clouds with highs around 21 and lows in the low single digits. Some late day snow showers are possible.

An area of low pressure will move through Monday, bringing with it a chance of snow. Highs will be around 20. Lows into Monday night behind the low pressure will drop to near or below 0. Next Tuesday could be very cold with highs in the low teens and lows near 0. It should be noted that the cold that is currently forecast for early next week is not a sure thing. There is some disagreement with our long range weather models for just how cold it will get.

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