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Forecast for Binghamton and the Twin Tiers

July 20, 2010 Updated Apr 21, 2015 at 4:29 AM EDT


Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a few showers. High: 56-60 Wind: W 10-15 Gusts 20-25 mph

Tuesday Night: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Low: 34-38 Wind: WSW 5-10 Gusts 15-20 mph

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with light rain and showers. High: 50-54 Wind: W 10-15 Gusts 20-25 mph

Forecast By: Meteorologist Brian Schroeder


With a slow moving low over northeastern Ontario, we will have the same forecast over the next few days. We have mostly cloudy skies with showers on Tuesday. There will be a better chance of rain early with scattered showers in the PM. The slight chance of showers will be with us Tuesday night.

A cold front moves through Wednesday and a westerly wind develops. This will bring some cooler air into the region. With that we will have rain showers mixing with snow showers. This will continue on Thursday. The low will be moving through the St. Lawrence Seaway on Friday, and we could still see scattered mixed showers.

By the weekend, the low will be moving through the Canadian Maritimes. We will have mostly cloudy skies, it will be cool, but the chance of mixed showers is slight. A bit of a change. Yesterday, it looked like we could have a low passing through to our south over the weekend. One model fails to develop this low, another keeps it just to our south. Both good news for our weekend weather. High pressure will move in from the west on Monday and Tuesday. This will give us more sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures.


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