Temperatures start to regulate Thursday & Friday but an Arctic front will knock us back down to single digits Friday night.
(11/13/19) – On Wednesday night temperatures will rise toward sunrise, into the mid-20s by 8 am. Thursday will be a cloudier day but temperatures will manage to reach the mid-30s in the afternoon. There’s a small chance for some light rain/snow showers mainly north of the Thruway Thursday but most will stay dry. Cloud cover will break up later in the day then partly cloudy skies expected Thursday night with lows in the mid-20s.
Friday will be slightly warmer; managing to warm into the upper 30s/low 40s by afternoon. Cloud cover will increase later in the day as a cold front approaches bringing some rain/snow showers to the North Country in the afternoon and the Mohawk Valley south in the evening. Temps will then drop into the single digits Friday night.
Despite plentiful sunshine on Saturday temperatures will stay below the freezing mark. 10° warmer Sunday then back to the 40s next week.