Monday, November 2, 2020

First Notable Snow of the Season;
Wednesday Ushers in Warm Weather

SUNDAY NIGHT -- We have a very light, partial ground cover of snow including some roofs and bushes. The leaves have been so deep that many of the leaves are popping above the surface of the snow on lawns. Streets are not yet totally covered. Last Friday we struggled to see any snow, and its accumulation was only on the coldest of surfaces. It was barely a "flurries" incident. Tonight's forecast seems to be substantial--and might be--but I am also reminded of many "Wyoming County" forecasts that don't quite make over to our far southeastern section so very near the Livingston County line.

MONDAY 12:42 AM -- The Winter Weather Advisory will remain in effect until 7:00 AM EST Monday.  Lake effect snow and blowing snow continues with additional snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches in the most persistent snows. Winds gusting as high as 45 mph producing blowing and drifting snow.
Source: U.S. National Weather Service

MONDAY MORNING 7:45 AM -- The rest of the snow predicted by the NWS must have missed us here in the southeastern most section of Wyoming County, which as I stated above, would not be all that unusual. There appears to be no additional snow from the time we last reported. It appears to be somewhere above a "trace" but certainly not even one inch.
LATER MONDAY  a High Wind Advisory with gusts to hit 40 mph is forecast. So far there are only breezes occurring. If you are into life-size snowmen, this certainly won't do it. Perhaps you could muster a 12-inch model.
TUESDAY -- A transition from cold to warm begins with sunshine and clouds, high 47.
WEDNESDAY -- Definite warming with a high of 62 gradually increasing daily until hitting 69 or 70 on Sunday. 

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