Forecast for Binghamton and the Twin Tiers

July 20, 2010 Updated Nov 24, 2015 at 4:37 PM EST

Tonight: Cloudy early; turning partly cloudy to mostly clear and cold. Low: 20-27

Wednesday: Partly cloudy to sunny. High: 42-47

Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy to clear. Low: 28-34

Forecast By: Chief Meteorologist Howard Manges

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Forecast Snapshot:

• Dry through Thanksgiving

• Thanksgiving and Black Friday will be warmest with highs in the mid 50s

• Cold front will bring rain showers late Friday and possibly mixed/snow showers pre-dawn Saturday

• Weekend looks mainly dry and cooler

• Potential for rain/ snow mix early next week

Forecast Details:

I expect cloudy skies this evening, but through evening and into tonight, skies should clear out. Temperatures will drop quickly as the sky clears. If more clouds stick around, lows will be a little bit higher. Lows will be in the 20s.

Wednesday through Friday afternoon will be completely precipitation-free as high pressure looks to set up over the northeast. There is some uncertainty to the timing of a cold front and some rain Friday, however. Highs will be in the 40s Tuesday but will quickly rise well into the 50s and potentially to near 60 Friday.

The next chance of rain or mixed rain/snow comes Friday evening into Friday night with the passage from a strong cold front. I’ll keep the chance of precipitation at 30% for later in the day Friday, but will increase it to 70% overnight.

Next weekend will be seasonable and dry with highs around 40. Next Monday could bring some rain or snow showers, but there is quite a bit of uncertainty at this time. Highs will be around 40 and the chance of precipitation is 30% for now. A chance of showers sticks around for Tuesday, but just as there is uncertainty Monday, it exists Tuesday as well.

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