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|Sunrise 6:04AM||Sunset 7:58PM||Tuesday April 25, 2017 10:34 AM EDT (14:34 UTC)||Moonrise 4:56AM||Moonset 6:03PM||Illumination 0%|
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national weather service binghamton ny
646 am edt Tue apr 25 2017
The chance for showers will continue across the region through
late tonight as an upper level storm system slowly tracks along
the east coast. Temperatures today and tomorrow will continue
to be above the seasonal norm. Drier and more summer like
weather will return Wednesday and Thursday.
Near term /through tonight/
355 am edt update...
some light returns are present this morning on the radar as an
uppr lvl low is lifting north across the east coast. For the
most part, most of the area are seeing isolated rain showers,
but coverage area over steuben co, ny are more scattered in
nature. Showers this morning are expected to remain light but
slowly increase in coverage through 15z as atlantic moisture is
being advected into the region. There is a brief lull in
activity over the area mid morning, and then another round of
precip will move into the region from the se. The second round
of precip is expected to be mostly i-81 and east as the the
uppr-lvl trough axis is expected to lift north towards the va
border by 00z wed. The best chance for widespread precip will be
18z today through 00z wed. Precip is expected to quickly
dwindle down after 06z and the majority of the area should be
dry by 12z wed.
Temps this afternoon are expected to range in the mid 50s to low
60s, and expected to remain fairly steady overnight, only falling
into the the uppr 40s to low 50s.
Short term /Wednesday through Thursday night/
355 am edt update...
the uppr-lvl trough will continue to lift to the northeast on wed
and the majority of the region on Wed will be dry with
decreasing cloud coverage. Temps i-81 and west are expected to
reach to uppr 60s to low 70s/and temps i-81 east are expected to
range in the 60s. Thursday will be another nice day and
abnormally warm as strong WAA develops over the region ahead of
the next storm system. Thurs is expected to be dry with temps
reaching the mid to uppr 70s across much the area, with a few
areas reaching the low 80s. A frontal boundary is expected to
move across the region after 00z on Friday. This will bring the
next chance for showers and thunderstorms across the region. The
gfs is much more impressive than the ecmwf, thus decided to
keep pops on the lower end attm.
Long term /Friday through Monday/
4 am update... On the large-scale, a trough will amplify over
the middle of the country this period, while an upper ridge
slowly builds over the western atlantic. A resultant broad sw
flow aloft across cny/nepa will bring generally warmer|
temperatures, along with perhaps unsettled conditions, as mid-
level short-waves are likely to be embedded.
On Friday, a cold front will track across cny/nepa while
weakening. At least scattered showers and a few thunderstorms
are still expected.
Next weekend, the position of a w-e oriented surface boundary
will be key to our weather, with very warm temperatures likely
south of the front, and cooler, more showery conditions likely
to the north of it. For now, due to uncertainty, we've retained
a chance of showers and thunderstorms both Saturday and Sunday.
On Monday a surface cold front will sweep through the region
with a good chance for showers and thunderstorms. As for
temperatures, we'll go with daily highs in the lower 70s across
our far northern areas (southern tug hill and mohawk valley
zones), with upper 70s-lower 80s from the southern tier to
northeast pennsylvania. Behind the cold front on Tuesday highs
will drop back into the middle 50s to lower 60s.
Aviation /12z Tuesday through Saturday/
Initial batch of primarily lowVFR showers will move through the
terminals through mid morning. Brief MVFR conditions are possible
until 15z in the southern terminals. A potentially stronger
wave will lift up through the region late this afternoon into
early evening and produce widespread MVFR/alternate required
conditions in light rain. This evening as the wave passes
drizzle/fog and low ceiling will result in widespread alternate
East/southeast winds increasing this morning to 8-12 knots with
gusts 15-20 knots. Southeast winds this evening around 5-8
Wednesday through Wednesday night...VFR, other than a brief
restriction/shower still possible early morning for kbgm-kavp.
Friday-Saturday... Restrictions possible, with at least
scattered showers anticipated along with a chance of thunder.
near term... Kah
short term... Kah
long term... Mlj/rrm
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