As we approach mid day, clouds are mixing with sunshine, and our wind has become more gusty out of the west/northwest. Temperatures are in the mid 30s, but the strong wind gusts are making for wind chills in the 20s.
We’ve had many questions about the timing of snow squalls this afternoon. Squalls by their nature are notoriously tough to predict in advance… the morning burst of snow was evidence of that. In addition, the Binghamton radar is down, limiting our ability to track snow showers approaching from our west.
For the early afternoon… clouds will mix with sunshine, and winds will be gusty. Snow squalls will be possible, but most likely not until mid and late afternoon… but even those will be few and far between. It’s just something to keep on guard for.
Cold sets in for the next day or two… and then we’ll see temps rise for the weekend out ahead of our next storm. Highs on Saturday could approach 60°. Have a great afternoon!