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2 hours ago, BuffaloWeather said:

Buffalo is at + .1 so far for May, with below average temps into Memorial day we will have our 4th out of 5th year in a row with below average temps for May. The only exception was 2018 where it was +8.1. 

Still believe our springs are the worst in the country...the last few years has shown to be on mean to be below average until that 3rd week of May it seems. 

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31 minutes ago, Thinksnow18 said:

Still believe our springs are the worst in the country...the last few years has shown to be on mean to be below average until that 3rd week of May it seems. 

I can't stand the rollercoaster temps...really annoying.

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Yeah I was on a small well the last couple years in Altmar and I ran out of water the first month I lived there lol I remember one time running out of water mid cycle on the wash machine, had to go to tops and fill a shopping cart with spring water haha.. Cost me like$50 to do laundry  :lol:I also had a UV light system that needed the bulb changed once a year, cost about $100 and filters $5-$10 every 3 months..

Here I'm on public water/Sewer and pay about $100 every 3 months..

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3 hours ago, cny rider said:

46F for a high here today.

Unreal.

 

We had the same recorded high today.  Low of 38° last night.  Left the house this morning at 41° and raining, drove north to Phoenix where it was 60° and sunny, came home to 42° and partially wet roads.  Turned out to be a great day to go anywhere else!  

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11 hours ago, wolfie09 said:

We hit almost 67° today lol Closer to the lake and farther north was warmer today with mid-upper 60s from Oswego county to kart..

I wish I knew, because we would have headed north.

Today looking equally as dismal here.

 

 

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48 minutes ago, cny rider said:

I wish I knew, because we would have headed north.

Today looking equally as dismal here.

 

 

Yep, I gave in and built a fire in the fireplace this morning.  It was 57° in the living room this morning, 44° and raining outside....again. 

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As alluded to earlier the dry conditions from the earlier portions
of the week will go by the way side as the next upper level trough
crosses the Mid-West Wednesday and into the Central and Eastern
Great Lakes late Wednesday through Friday. Meanwhile, at the
surface, a surface low along with its frontal boundaries will also
make the trek northeast from the lower Central Plains. As the low
approaches the area late Wednesday night into Thursday, expect
chances for either some showers or steadier rain to increase.
Showers will then continue into Friday. Though this far our it is
hard to tell, long term model guidance packages are trying to spit
out some instability, which could make some of the showers
feisty and turn into thunderstorms.

Shower and thunderstorm potential will continue Friday and Saturday
as the mid-level trough axis is slow to cross overhead of the area.
Overall, expect a showery day Friday with a weaker chance for
showers Saturday due to the exit of the shortwave trough axis.

Temperatures throughout the later half of the work week and entering
the weekend will continue to rebound to normal. For the work week,
expect temperatures to range in the low to mid 70s across the higher
terrain and upper 70s across the low-lying areas. Saturday,
temperatures will warm into the mid 70s for the higher elevations to
low to mid 80s for the lower elevations.
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3 hours ago, rochesterdave said:

Beautiful in Pittsford! 60 and wall to wall sunshine! I take. 

That is remarkable.  You’re having a beautiful day and it is about the most miserable weather possible in the Catskills.  45° and steady rain most of the day.  

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23 minutes ago, wolfie09 said:

Some showers trying to make their way into W/C NY, just a few raindrops at the moment..We hit a high of 62.6° today, currently 58°..

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You definitely won again today.

44F here most of the day, I think it ticked up to a "high"of 45 or 46 and it's been raining steadily for most of the day.

Worst Memorial Day weekend weather ever.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, cny rider said:

You definitely won again today.

44F here most of the day, I think it ticked up to a "high"of 45 or 46 and it's been raining steadily for most of the day.

Worst Memorial Day weekend weather ever.

 

 

Nope, it's just perfect, no heat or humidity. Look at bright side, Fall is coming in just 3 months.  Time is ticking. :D

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2 hours ago, cny rider said:

This has to be a dream (nightmare).

I woke up to 45F and drizzling.

It was much warmer here for Christmas than it has been so far Memorial Day weekend.

 

 

You know you’re in central New York when you wear a winter jacket to the Memorial Day parade. 
 

 

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Latest guidance suggesting a weak short wave trough will cross the
region late Monday night and early tuesday. This should result in an
in crease in cloud cover, but with limited moisture will keep
probabilities in the slight chance range for now. This wave will
exit east by Tuesday afternoon with increasing sunshine and
temperatures reaching the lower to mid 70s. Tuesday night and most
of Wednesday look dry with ridging sliding across the area. By late
in the day Wednesday the high wil slide to the east as mid level
trough pushes into the Midwest. Southwest flow aloft will usher in
more humid air. Modest height falls along with increasing moisture
will result in increasing chances for showers and and a few
thunderstorms especially Wednesday night.

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.LONG TERM /THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY/...
Widespread showers and possibly a T-storm anticipated Thursday as
sfc low pressure gradually tracks by to the west-northwest and then
fades away into Canada. After Thursday, still plenty of uncertainty
how far the cold front will make inroads through our region as
stout sfc high out over the Atlantic may prevent the front from
progressing east. With that said, have kept chance POPs for showers
or an isolated T-storm in the forecast going through Thursday night
into much of the day Friday. The best chance for precipitation
should be from the Genesee Valley east into the western Finger Lakes
region. After that, the forecast gets muddled as the sfc ridge out
over the Atlantic will likely determine a lot of what happens over
the weekend. Saturday for the most part looks dry then Atlantic
moisture gets drawn up around the sfc ridge into our region. This
may or may not introduce a few showers or T-storm on Sunday. Only
time will tell, what does look certain is the return of the heat
and humidity as H850T are forecast to approach +14C to +16C. Have
nudge highs up both day with mid to upper 80s near 90F likely by
Sunday.
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