Light rain on Election Day, then turning much colder

The weather looks much colder than average heading into the first two weeks of November.

Posted: Nov 4, 2019 5:36 PM

Our area is still cleaning up from the historic Halloween Flood. Many roads are still closed, people are still without power, and damage is still being cleaned up. Fortunately, no heavy rain is in the forecast. Unfortunately, the weather does look to turn much colder.

Light rain returns early Tuesday. Widespread showers are expected, especially north of the Mohawk Valley. High temperatures climb into the upper 40s. Total rainfall looks to be less than 0.5" for most areas, wiht 0.5-1.0" north of the Mohawk Valley. With rivers below flood stage, no major flooding issues are expected.

The weather looks dry and cold on Wednesday. Our next weather maker arrives Thursday evening and Thursday night as an area of low pressure. The track of this low looks to be south. This means widespread snow is possible Thursday night into Friday. The amount is going to be highly dependant on storm track, which is too early to pin down this far in advance. We will keep you posted.

Feeling like winter on Friday, with cold, windy weather. Highs only in the low 30s. The weather stays chilly on Saturday, with highs in the 30s. This cold weather looks to settle in for at least the next 1-2 weeks.

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Utica
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