The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:
Well, Saturday night is surely just a bit cooler than Friday night… The good news is that precipitation is remaining at bay for the moment.
We’ve actually seen winds go calm, and with partly to mostly clear skies, temperatures should continue to drop through the 20s by Sunday morning.
We will start Sunday off on the brighter side, but clouds will build as yet another cold front drops in from the north. There will be some rain and snow showers on that front, with the best chance for precipitation in the Mohawk Valley and the Adirondacks.
Not much accumulation is expected, but a few spots in the Mohawk Valley and Adirondacks could see a quick coating. Breezes will pick up once again, and high temperatures will be just a few degrees below average.
High pressure slides in for Monday, but it will be cooler. Temperatures will run 5-10 degrees below normal with lots of sunshine.
Then, all eyes are on an approaching storm that could create a travel headache in the days leading up to Thanksgiving.
Right now, I expect the worst of the potential wintry weather to occur late Tuesday into very early Wednesday. With this in mind, if you plan on traveling for the holiday, I would avoid departing News10 land during that period.
The warmer air will win out by Wednesday morning in the valleys, but some snow may continue through the morning in the higher terrain.
The good news is that this system will be long gone by Turkey Day! I expect a mix of sun and clouds with cool conditions for Thanksgiving.
Some models are hinting at another chance for rain and snow showers by the end of next weekend. Bottom line is, temperatures look to remain below average through the entirety of our 10-day forecast.