Another cloudy, quiet day

finger lakes weather forecast tuesday november 19 2019 cloudy calm
It will be another cloudy but quiet weather day in the Finger Lakes thanks to a stagnant, but quiet local weather pattern. [Photo by Gwen Moshier]

Wintry Near Miss

The Finger Lakes is dry and quiet this morning with some foggy areas.

Just to the east, over portions of Central and Eastern New York, a small low pressure system is delivering a shot of snow and ice.

Those traveling east toward Albany this morning should be ready for some wintry travel conditions despite the quiet weather locally.

Our stretch of cloudy but calm weather will continue throughout today, Wednesday, and much of Thursday.

The best chance for sun will be during a brief window early Thursday as one set of clouds moves out and another starts to arrive.

Winds will be very light during this stretch as well until a south wind kicks in Thursday.

With plenty of clouds and light winds, temperatures will also remain constant with morning lows in the low and mid 30s and afternoon highs around 40 degrees. Thursday will get a bit warmer, with low and mid 40s thanks to the south wind.

No precipitation, outside of perhaps a spit of drizzle, is expected through the daytime hours Thursday.

Some Minor Weather

Thursday night, a minor weather system will swing in. It seems likely that the precipitation that falls will do so as rain.

Light rain showers will continue into Friday. Temperatures will fall from morning highs close to 50 degrees into the 30s by late Friday afternoon. Some of the rain showers may turn to snow before they end, but no accumulation is expected.

There will be a secondary chance for some precipitation late Saturday into Sunday. It is not yet certain whether this system will even make it into our region. If it does, some mixed precipitation could be possible.

Much of next week also looks dry and quiet. There is some indication of a weather system near Thanksgiving, but this very early look seems to indicate a warm, rainy system as opposed to a holiday travel trouble maker.

Temperatures this weekend look to be around 40 degrees again before we climb further into the 40s next week.

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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.