Here’s Your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from NEWS10’s Christina Erne
A quiet weather day is on tap for our Friday, which means those malls are going to be PACKED for the Black Friday holiday!
Some cloud cover early will clear out for the day, allowing for mostly clear skies throughout the majority of the afternoon. Some morning snow flurries in the Adirondacks will clear by noon. Otherwise, southerly flow delivers a burst of mild air for the day, with highs reaching the mid to upper 40s, to near 48. Winds will become a bit breezy throughout the afternoon from the south 5-10 mph.
Saturday, an approaching system from across the Great Lakes will bring the chance of isolated showers throughout the day. Timing of the showers looks to be mid-morning through sunset, with showers tapering off and moving eastward into the evening. Otherwise, partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout the day with a high near 49.
Here is a look at the timing of the showers for Saturday:
Once the cold front crosses the region Saturday, temperatures will significantly drop, leaving us with a cold day on tap for Sunday. There may be some morning snow flurries throughout the region as the cold front pushes east, clearing out by the afternoon.
As we move into the final week of November, no major storms look to be on the horizon. Temperatures even rebound a bit into next week, with Tuesday’s high temperature near 56. The average high temperature this time of year is 44, with a low averaging at 27 — so next week’s highs in the mid 40s are right on par or slightly above what we’re used to this time of year.