Forecast for Binghamton and the Southern Tier
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Chance of rain overnight is 70%. The best chance for rain comes between 11pm and 4am. Rainfall amounts between 0.05” and 0.25”, with some locally higher amounts in heavier pockets of precipitation. Low: 42 (38-45).
Monday: Mostly cloudy with some showers lingering in the morning. Breezy with northwest winds 5-12mph with gusts to 20mph. High: 48 (44-50).
Monday Night: Mostly cloudy. Chance of rain and snow showers is 20%. Low: 33 (29-35).
Forecast By: Meteorologist Nathan Hopper
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A line of showers is set to roll through the Southern Tier tonight, with the best chance for rain coming between 11pm and 4am. New rainfall amounts between 0.05” and 0.25” are expected, with some areas possibly picking up more than 0.25”. Monday night brings another chance for lake-effect rain and a few flurries, as well. This looks to be a lake-effect rain/snow mix in the cooler spots Monday night into Tuesday.
A high-pressure system then moves in from Monday night through Thursday afternoon. This will keep our conditions dry and the sun looks to become a key player for the middle of the week.
Thursday afternoon brings an increase in cloud cover, with the chance for showers returning for the evening hours and possibly sticking around through the morning on Friday. A smaller chance for showers hangs around for our Saturday with the passing of another cold front.