Temperatures rise for start of November

finger lakes temperature forecast tuesday november 1 2016
Temperatures will warm above average Tuesday afternoon after a cool morning.

Temperatures will warm above average Tuesday afternoon after a cool morning.

Temperatures Jump Upwards

After a cold Trick-or-Treating evening last night, temperatures have spent the second half of the night slowly warming. It remains rather chilly this morning, with widespread 30s and a few isolated pockets of 20s.

Once the sun climbs higher in the sky, temperatures will start to warm quickly.

Skies will become partly cloudy, but a decent amount of sunshine is expected throughout the day. The chances for rain have been removed from the forecast as well with shower activity expected to stay well north of the Finger Lakes.

Temperatures will top out 25-35 degrees warmer than the overnight low temperatures. Many parts of the Finger Lakes will at least get near 60 degrees, with areas around Rochester and to the west shooting all the way into the mid 60s.

Temperatures will be cooler across the Southern Tier and eastern Finger Lakes. Bath, Elmira and Cortland are all expected to miss out on quite getting to 60 degrees today.

Temperatures will back off into the upper 40s and low 50s overnight, which is much closer to the average high than the average low.

Wednesday will be warm as well, with all of the Finger Lakes pushing into the 60s.
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Rain Chances Late Wednesday-Thursday

Part of the reason for the warmer temperatures in the Finger Lakes will be southerly winds ahead of our next storm system.

This system will begin to approach the Finger Lakes later Wednesday afternoon with clouds and a few scattered showers. Scattered showers will be possible during the second half of the afternoon through the overnight.

Thursday morning, low pressure will track directly across the region. Just behind the low, an area of widespread rain is likely. This steady rain will come down at a decent rate, but the area of rain itself will be relatively fast moving.

Expect a few hours of steady, moderate rainfall Thursday morning. Rain fall amounts should be around or slightly over a half-inch.

The rain will clear out by noon on Thursday. Cold air will stream back into the region, with temperatures falling into the 40s by the afternoon.

Friday looks sunny, but chilly, with highs returning to the 40s.

Future Plans: FLXWeather Mobile App

I am in the process of planning a mobile app for my forecasts and services. Over the weekend, I ran a survey to get some feedback on the idea. If you haven’t yet filled out the survey, you can do so here.

The response to the idea of a mobile app has been overwhelmingly positive. Nearly 95% of the 93 respondents to the survey indicated a moderate or high interest in a mobile app. With such strong support, it is only a matter of when the app is built, rather than if.

If all goes according to plan, this app would integrate my zip-code forecasts, blog posts, current conditions, radar and add notifications for serious weather alerts, such as tornado warnings or winter storm warnings.

To build a great mobile app, there are significant upfront costs on my end. This is something I am moving forward with immediately, so a little mini-fund drive is in store. If you could spare a small donation to help this project move forward quickly, it would be greatly beneficial! Even a couple of dollars would help out.

If at all possible, I will list the donors of this mini-fund drive, as well as those that have been contributing monthly for upwards of 2 years, in the app as a thank you for their support.

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Meteorologist Drew Montreuil has been forecasting the weather in the Finger Lakes region since 2006 and has degrees in meteorology from SUNY Oswego (B.S. with Honors) and Cornell (M.S.). Drew and his wife have four young boys. When not working or playing with the boys, he is probably out for a run through the countryside.

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