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Sun returns to the Finger Lakes on Wednesday

Photo taken over Canandaigua Lake by Shawn Hamilton.

The sun will be out on Wednesday. Temperatures won’t feel quite like spring, but it will be an improvement over the recent soggy, cloudy weather seen in the region.

FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil said the following in his morning update:

“A large area of high pressure from Central Canada is building southeast towards the Finger Lakes today. Skies are clearing this morning as the high pressure takes over, and a sunny day is ahead for the Finger Lakes.

Any clouds that are lingering this morning should burn off well before noon today. Otherwise, the only clouds we will contend with will be some high, thin wisps, which could make for a nice sunset.

Winds ahead of this high pressure system are out of the north, so temperatures will be a bit cooler than they were over the last couple of days. Thankfully, though, the core of the cold air will not make it this far south, nor is the cold as intense as it was last Wednesday when highs were in the 20s.

In fact, high temperatures today will only be a couple of degrees below normal, with most places reaching the mid 40s. There will also be a bit of a breeze, especially over the eastern Finger Lakes. This could make it feel more like the upper 30s to low 40s this afternoon.

Temperatures will drop back into the 30s as the sun sets this evening. Overnight lows should bottom out in the upper 20s.”

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