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  • Forecast for Binghamton and the Twin Tiers

    Today: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Mild. High: 40-46.

    Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low: 22-28.

    Monday: Increasing clouds with isolated snow showers developing after 4 p.m., becoming scattered overnight. High: 37, Low: 26.

  • Forecast for Binghamton and the Twin Tiers


    Today: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Mild. High: 40-46.

    Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low: 22-28.

    Monday: Increasing clouds with isolated snow showers developing after 4 p.m., becoming scattered overnight. High: 37, Low: 26.

    Forecast By: Meteorologist Nick Merianos


    On Facebook @ Nick Merianos WBNG

    Sunday Morning Update: No significant forecast changes

    Forecast snapshot:
    • Quiet weather through Monday afternoon-- highs in the 40s Sunday, upper 30s Monday
    • Watching potential for accumulating snow Monday night through Wednesday
    • Lake effect snow showers Thursday through Saturday
    • Turning cold and breezy late week-- highs in 20s
    • Frigid Arctic air likely next weekend-- highs in teens

    Forecast Discussion:
    A pleasant weekend will continue as high pressure dominates with mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures.

    Today starts off nice with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will climb into the lower to mid 40s this afternoon before clouds gradually increase later in the evening and overnight.

    An interesting and dynamic pattern sets up early next week making the forecast very complex. On Monday, a strong coastal storm will be positioned to our east. Also, another storm will be positioned over the western Great Lakes region placing upstate New York smack in the middle of both storms. This means Monday will be quiet for us under partly sunny skies.

    Tuesday is when things begin to get very complicated. The storm over the Great Lakes will weaken as it moves eastward, however another storm will develop off the Mid Atlantic coastline. An inverted trough will set up as energy from the Great Lakes storm transfers to the developing coastal storm. Along that trough will be enhanced lift in the atmosphere leading to enhanced snowfall.

    Bottom line is this: The Great Lakes storm will provide the area with periods of light snow showers Monday night through Tuesday. However, locations that are close to the trough may receive a few inches of snow. Currently, we are forecasting that to take place just south of the Binghamton area, over northeast Pennsylvania. Regardless, periods of light snow showers will continue through Wednesday.

    Total snowfall through Wednesday is expected to be on the light side. It's early to get into snowfall amounts at this time but we will continue to iron out the details as we go through the weekend.

    Thursday through Saturday is looking much colder with highs in the low to mid 20s along with lake effect snow showers developing.

    An Arctic air mass is set to arrive by next Saturday. Highs may struggle to climb through the teens by then.

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