The first week of November is looking spectacular for the Finger Lakes.
High pressure will remain in place over the Mid-Atlantic region for most of this week. Dry, sunny and warm conditions throughout the week will result.
Monday will be the coolest day as a subtle cold front sneaks by. This should keep temperatures mostly in the 50s Monday afternoon, but still a bit above average. Skies will still be mostly sunny on Monday as well.
Temperatures will start to climb as southwest winds set up in the clockwise flow around the high pressure. Temperatures should be well into the 60s on Tuesday and Wednesday. Some 70s may even start to show up on Thursday and Friday.
Overnight temperatures will be above normal as well. Instead of being near average in the 30s, expect most mornings to start out in the 40s.
A front will move through on Friday with some scattered showers. This front will usher in more normal November air, with highs in this weekend currently expected to be in the upper 40s.