Latest forecast from meteorologist Rob Lindenmuth:
Another frigid night is expected as we head into the second half of the weekend. However, we are going to be dealing with some cloud cover the further south we go, those that see more in the way of clouds will not drop as much as those who do not see those clouds.
The good news is, is that thanks to high pressure to our north slowly drifting directly over us it will keep a storm system suppressed to our south through tonight and into Sunday.
The track of that system looks to be mainly easterly, taking aim on the Mid-Atlantic states, many places are expected to see 8-12 inches of snow and some will even see up to a half an inch of ice!
Because the area of high pressure is expected to drift directly over us tonight into the day on Sunday we expect temperatures to remain mainly in the upper teens for the Adirondacks, to the low to mid 20’s for the rest of us.
We are looking at a fairly quiet week ahead, at least the first half. Monday still looks sunny with highs near 30, near 30 on Tuesday but a little more in the way of cloud cover. By Wednesday afternoon and evening we will be tracking a boundary moving in from Canada once again that will give us a few snow showers. Temperatures Wednesday reach the mid to upper 30’s and we are back into the low 20’s by Thursday. Friday into Saturday we will be watching as well for a potential storm system that could bring with it the threat for snow showers.
Have a great Sunday and stay warm!- Rob