It will rain on Mondays but on Tuesdays and Wednesdays it may be raining.
November hosted Western New York very well, most days only warmer than usual and only two turbulent weather systems. To date, Buffalo measures 0.8 “snow only, and the city is about 1.50” per month.
This will change when we change the calendar to December for at least a few days.
The hurricane system will begin to explode on the Gulf Coast over the weekend and will make its way to central New York until Monday. The exact course of the storm is still somewhat uncertain, but at this point Western New York seems to be on the cooler side of the system.
When the storm hits, Monday, Western New York will still have high temperatures in support of the rainy season. The first hours of the day may be dry, but wait for the afternoon and evening fog. There may be rain until Monday at 1.00 ”.
When the cold weather starts to blow on Monday night, the rain and snow line will be closer to our area. That means the temperature will be close on Monday night to melt some of the wet ice at the high altitudes to melt the low-altitude rain.
Tuesday seems to be the raw day for everyone, with temperatures in the 30s. Rainfall may occur primarily as wet snow, but some rain may mix near lakes. Tuesday will also be a windy day, making them feel even better.
Depending on the current models, there is a good chance that some snow will accumulate in the highlands from Tuesday to Wednesday. If the rainfall is heavy, there may be some accumulation in Buffalo and the surrounding area. Since the hurricane is finally over, a few lake-based baths will last until Wednesday.
Anyone with travel plans Monday through Wednesday should follow this procedure. The snowfall may not seem so disturbing right now, but rain and wind will still cause problems along the way.
If the hurricane moves further south, the wind will have less impact, but the air will cool down and the risk of frost may be even greater. If the hurricane moves farther north, it warms the air, limiting the ice capacity but increasing the risk of hurricanes. In any case, expect a potential start in December for the couple’s additional ceremonies in East America in the first few weeks.