Get ready for more cold, soggy weather in the Finger Lakes this week.
The National Weather Service reports that Monday will be quiet, but that big changes will be on the way for Tuesday. Temperatures will push through the 40s after starting in the 20s throughout; and as the day progresses – clouds will take over.
A mixed bag of precipitation is expected tonight and Tuesday. At least a half-inch of rain will be likely as the precipitation begins overnight. Snow will mix in with higher terrain seeing light accumulation.
It’s all part of a coastal storm, which will be moving along the East Coast – bringing the active weather.
Mix of sun and clouds in the morning will give way to overcast skies in the afternoon.
Sunrise: 6:59 a.m.
Sunset: 4:49 p.m.
Western Finger Lakes
Quiet Monday. Slushy snow and rain Tuesday pic.twitter.com/KeMe3QWBIN
— Rich Caniglia (@whec_rcaniglia) November 12, 2018
Eastern Finger Lakes
After quiet weather today, much more active weather is next.
A new storm will give us rain & snow starting late tonight.
Localized lake effect snow starts Tuesday night.
Here is a quick forecast overview of what's next.
Get snowfall forecast maps & specifics NOW on NBC3. pic.twitter.com/cc7sZQ631d
— Peter Hall (@PeteWeatherBeat) November 12, 2018