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Updated on November 22, 2017 @ 5PM
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 High: 40
 High: 47
 High: 49
 High: 36
 High: 43
 High: 54
 High: 42
Low: 29
Low: 38
Low: 33
Low: 24
Low: 35
Low: 40
Low: 32
    Forecast Discussion:

A chilly start to the day for Thanksgiving
on Thursday. We will climb to near 40
degrees with mostly cloudy skies. A
couple of peaks of sun are possible.
A few flurries possible Thursday night
into early Friday. Then we turn milder
on Friday with sun mixing with clouds.

Another fairly mild day on Saturday with
clouds thickening. Scattered rain
showers will come in toward late morning
as a cold front moves through the area.
Some rain mixing with snow showers on
Sunday. Lake effect snow showers are
possible. Not expecting much accumulation
but it will be a cooler and more brisk day.

Partly cloudy skies with moderating
temperatures on Monday. Southwest winds
will boost our temperatures well into the
50's for next Tuesday with a mix of sun and
clouds. A cold front will knock our
temperatures back down for next
Wednesday with rain changing over to
a few lake effect snow showers.

Much of the same expected for the next
couple of weeks as we will not see any
prolonged cold spells, or huge warm ups.
Just a gentle rollercoaster ride as
our temperatures will average out to
our normal high in the low 40's.


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego