A potent (to say the least) cold front dives southward on Veterans Day. Temperatures fall fast through the 30s.
"Take a look at the weather to see if you are going to need a warm coat or a waterproof coat".
Tonight: Partly cloudy and colder with lake-effect snow showers.
Monday, a chance of snow showers.
Currently, that's the same spot where we have a Winter Weather Advisory until 11 a.m. Wednesday. Temperatures reach the lower 40s during the afternoon despite more sunshine.
And that's the thing about this storm.
Veterans Day looks fine for much of the day with temperatures in the mid 50s. As the precipitation moves to the east, the colder air will catch up to the back edge of the precipitation shield and transition the rain to a wintry mix, then light snow for some.
Highs Monday and Tuesday will hang in the lower and middle 30s, with overnight lows in the 20s. Rainfall totals will be around an inch. Lows will be in the low 50s. Temperatures will likely fall into the 40s by the time the Football Friday games begin, so be sure to bundle up before heading out to the games! Expect less than a half-inch of new accumulation in most areas. Skies will clear out rather quickly, but the brisk northwesterly wind will only allow temperatures to top out at around 40 degrees in the city.
Thankfully, due to a high-pressure system sitting over the region early next, there will be very little chance for snow.
Most areas won't see huge amounts of snow, but it will remain cold. North winds at 15-20 miles per hour will diminish to 10-15 miles per hour in the evening.
While a major snowstorm is not anticipated, residents across much of northern and western Pennsylvania, most of upstate NY and interior New England are likely to wake up with a fresh blanket of snow Friday morning. Southwest winds 5 to 15 miles per hour.