Written by John DiPasquale:
The latest snowfall totals are above & clearly show the least snow fell across the Finger Lakes region where we had some mixing & even plain rain in the Central, Southern & Eastern Finger Lakes late last night, as expected. The eastern half of Wayne County also received about 2 to 4" of concrete snow. The jackpot was in Wyoming County over the higher terrain where about 8 to 9" fell, while much of Monroe County, including Rochester picked up around a half a foot give or take an inch. Another 1 to 3 or 4" should add up from late today through tonight compliments of lake snow for many areas around & north of Routes 5 & 20. Also be careful if you will be traveling late today & tonight, as untreated surfaces will ice up with temperatures dropping into the 20s, plus there will be some blowing & drifting of the fluffier lake snow. So when all is said & done, I believe about 5 to 10", with a few spots upwards of a foot, will be on the ground for most waking up on T-day morning. Thanksgiving itself will feature a little lake snow shower activity to start, but by enlarge it should be a dry, brisk & cold with highs in the mid 20s!
A little, weak clipper will deliver a little general light snow Thursday night into Friday morning with maybe a coating to an inch or so from it, but that's it. Friday afternoon through most, if not all, the weekend looks good with slowly moderating temperatures to boot. Highs Saturday should make the low to mid 30s & mid to upper 30s Sunday, but it will be brisk.
Have a great day & Thanksgiving bloggers!