A weak disturbance is spreading some snow showers across the Finger Lakes on Tuesday morning. Most of this snow is rather light, and no more than a coating is expected to fall. This area of snow is moving off to the east at a decent pace and should clear the region by the mid to late morning hours.
The rest of Tuesday is looking cloudy and cool. Temperatures will be a bit warmer than Monday, but will still be stuck below normal in the mid and upper 30s. Skies should begin to clear tonight, with many places dropping into the 20s overnight.
Wednesday will be sunny as high pressure moves through. The sunshine, in addition to the start of a more southerly flow, will boost temperatures back towards normal. Highs on Wednesday should reach the mid 40s.
Clouds will thicken back up Wednesday night, keeping temperatures in the 30s overnight. Thursday and Friday will both be cloudy, but mild. Highs on Thanksgiving should reach the low 50s, while some areas could even push 60 degrees on Black Friday.
The warmth will not last though. A strong cold front will move through Friday night. Temperatures on Saturday will be back in the 30s, with the cold lingering well into next week.