JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (WNY NEWS NOW) – Mainly dry weather will be across the region on Monday. Low pressure will then move across the area on Tuesday with widespread rain and gusty winds accompanying it.
Monday through Monday night will feature partly cloudy to mainly clear skies across the region. This as high pressure drifts by to our North.
Highs on Monday will be in the lower 40’s with overnight lows in the upper 20’s to lower 30’s.
As previously mentioned, widespread rain will fall across the region on Tuesday. Rain may start off as a little wintry mix across the interior Southern Tier Monday morning, before quickly changing over to all rain.
Some gusty winds will also be possible on Tuesday especially near Lake Erie and the Chautauqua Ridge. Gust could be as high as 30-40 MPH.
Temperatures will peak in the upper 40’s to lower 50’s on Tuesday.
A cold front will cross the region Tuesday night with some light mixed rain and snow showers occurring into the early portion of Wednesday.
Lake effect snow was thought to have happen last week as we headed into Thanksgiving. However, models have done away with that forecast.
Thanksgiving day and Friday are now setting up to be dry days with partly sunny skies across Western New York.
Highs to close out the week will be in the upper 30’s to lower 40’s.
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