November 2020 has turned out to be warmer than average, so far, and that's how our holiday is trending in Central New York. The cold weather that settled in on Tuesday looks to retreat Tuesday night as a warm front approaches the region. A brief round of snow is expected overnight, with a trace to 1" of accumulation. Temperatures are expected to climb into the 40s on Wednesday afternoon. Here's a look at the regional weather across the Northeast for Wednesday afternoon:
Thanksgiving looks mild, with a few scattered showers. High temperatures look to climb into the low 50s. Here's a look at weather in the Northeast for Thanksgiving:
The weather looks to remain dry for Black Friday and into the start of the weekend. We don't expect any snowfall between now and the end of the month, meaning November will likely go down as a below average snowfall month. Not an encouraging start to the season for winter enthusiasts.