The weather on Tuesday and Wednesday in New York State feels more like late spring than mid-October.
Temperatures hit the 70s in many places on Tuesday and/or Wednesday, with most areas reaching at least the mid-60s, including western New York off Lake Erie.
These summer temperatures end on Thursday and looking ahead to next week, there will be much colder temperatures ahead for New York State.
A cold front moves through the state early Thursday, with temperatures dropping into the 40s Thursday evening. Heavy rain and even rolling thunder are possible with this system as we drop into cooler temperatures on the weekends.
However, it is the beginning of next week that interests meteorologists.
Temperatures will struggle to climb out of the 40s on Monday and Tuesday and yes, there is a growing risk of lake effect snow for parts of New York State, especially Western New York and part southwestern New York.
Jonathan Erdman of The Weather Channel tweeted the New York and Northeast/Great Lakes look from Sunday to Tuesday. As you can see much colder weather on the way up and possible lake effect snow.
Right now, early weather forecasts for Western New York call for a high of 43 and a low of 36 in Buffalo on Tuesday, with a mix of snow and rain. Winds will be 16 mph and likely gusting beyond 20 mph.
For the southern part of Western New York (Cherry Creek to be exact), the high for next Tuesday is 39 and a low of 32…
We probably won’t know the exact outlook for what’s to come on Monday and Tuesday in New York State, for the areas off Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, but it looks decent or the first snowfall coming in. accumulate next week.
The dates when New York State can expect the first snowfall
Are you ready for winter? It’s happening and could start sooner than you think in New York State.
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