Sunday: Cloudy with a 40% chance of scattered rain/snow showers, staying as mostly snow at higher elevations. Winds: WSW 5-10 mph, High: 38 (34-40)
Sunday night: Cloudy with a 40% chance of continued scattered snow showers. Winds: W 8-12 mph, Low: 29 (26-31)
Monday: Cloudy with a 30% chance of isolated snow showers. High: 36, Low: 26
The stacked low that brought us this lovely weather will really start to stall out to our northeast for Sunday and Monday, throwing wrap-around moisture at us both days. For tomorrow, scattered rain and snow showers will once again be in play as highs bump back up into the upper 30's. Colder air finally starts to push in Sunday night, finally making everything turn to all snow. By Monday, winds will line up for some lake enhanced activity to fire up, along with what's left of this weekend's storm system. All in all, not much is expected in terms of snowfall accumulation over the next two days with the warmer air and ground temperatures. A few inches could accumulate in the higher elevations, especially north of Binghamton, with an inch or two possible in the valleys.
Beyond Monday, the rest of the week looks fairly quiet. High pressure in one form or another will be the play each day through Friday, with weak pieces of energy keeping more clouds around Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures stay seasonal, with highs in the 30's and lows in the teens and 20's every day. Another storm system fires up with scattered rain and snow showers by next Saturday, but as of right now this doesn't look all that impressive and isn't much of a concern. Of course, we are still a week out so time will iron that out into a clearer picture as the week progresses.