Blog Archives: October 2010

Halloween Outlook

Posted October 28th, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 32 comments

The forecast for the end of the week and Halloween weekend is coming into focus.  Weather more typical of late October has found its way into CNY this afternoon as a frontal system has crossed the state.span style="mso-spacerun:... Continue reading…

Big changes to our weather patterns over the next few days....all thanks to one large and possibly historic storm in the middle of the country.

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Indian Summer This Week?

Posted October 23rd, 2010 by Jill Reale. 41 comments

Snowflakes and cold temperatures will be a thing of the past as we head into next week. A warm front from the Midwest will begin to push into our region tonight into Sunday morning. Rain has already arrived into Buffalo and Rochester this evening and will be here after 10-11pm... Continue reading…

Still Looking Flakey For Friday

Posted October 21st, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 65 comments

Wednesday’s sunshine and southerly breeze allowed temperatures to spike pretty nicely in the afternoon.  We managed a high temperature of 60 degrees officially at Griffiss Airfield.  Of course, conditions this nice for this time of year are...

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First flakes for few?

Posted October 18th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 26 comments

A cool pattern develops this week across Central New York....

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A rain filled nor'easter....

Posted October 14th, 2010 by Bill Kardas. 51 comments

Some wet and windy weather to deal with over the next few days...

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Late Week Storminess

Posted October 12th, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 26 comments

Quiet weather has been the rule here in Central New York for the past couple of days.  After a chilly and frosty start to the day on Wednesday, sunshine will help boost temperatures quickly.  850 mb... Continue reading…

Quiet Start to the Work Week

Posted October 11th, 2010 by Jill Reale. 17 comments

As a week of cool temperatures and soggy conditions, we have had a nice stretch of weather for the Columbus Day weekend. Most, if not all of the viewing area saw their 1st frost of the season Saturday night into Sunday. The average date for the first frost is October... Continue reading…

Weekend Outlook

Posted October 6th, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 42 comments

Finally an end to the damp and dreary weather is on way.  The showery and cool weather we’ve experienced over the past few days here in CNY can be traced to an Upper Level storm system that has... Continue reading…

Normal? What's That?

Posted October 4th, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 24 comments

Oftentimes when watching a television weathercast, you may hear the meteorologist refer to the day’s high and low temperature.  Typically the daily high and low is then compared to “average” – to give the viewer a rough idea of...

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Unsettled Weather Returns

Posted October 3rd, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 15 comments

All in all it was a pretty nice weekend across Central New York.  Despite a chilly air mass overhead and some occasional cloud cover the sun managed to shine both Saturday and Sunday.  This allowed temperatures... Continue reading…

A Much Quieter Weekend

Posted October 1st, 2010 by Adam Musyt. 11 comments

Our storm total rainfall of 3.96” marks the heaviest event since the Flood of 2006.  Rainfall averaged 4”-5” for much of the Mohawk Valley and points north in Central New York, with 5” or more for much of... Continue reading…

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