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Here’s the 7-day forecast From News 8 Meteorologist Josh Nichols
for Monday, November 19th, 2018
TODAY: Mostly cloudy and still rather chilly. A few
passing flurries in the afternoon north of the Thruway.
A period of light snow is possible south of the Thruway.
Nothing more than a fresh dusting of accumulation there.
TONIGHT: Cloudy and cold with a few flurries early in the evening.
LOW: 26 (lower 30s in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier)
TUESDAY: Cloudy with some occasional light snow.
A fresh dusting for most. Cold.
WEDNESDAY: Blustery and turning sharply colder through the day
with flurries along with a few passing snow squalls in the afternoon.
A fresh inch or two of accumulation is possible.
HIGH: 34 (early, falling through the 20s in the afternoon!)
THANKSGIVING DAY: Intervals of clouds and sunshine.
Localized lake snows early in the day north and east of
Rochester. Near record cold.
HIGH: 20 (Record coldest high temp: 18, set in 1880)
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Very cold to start.
SATURDAY: Cloudy, breezy, and milder with rain developing.
SUNDAY: Showers likely. Breezy.