Slight warm-up for mid-week in the FLX

This is shaping up to be a week that keeps meteorologists like myself busy, but should not cause too many headaches with mostly minor, inconsequential type events.We will start our week on a chilly note, with high temperatures today only in the mid teens. Clouds that are in the area this morning should depart by the afternoon, leaving us with some sun shine as high pressure from the Mid West builds in. That same high will keep us clear and cold overnight. Most areas will end up somewhere below zero tomorrow morning. The northern and interior sections of the Finger Lakes will most likely be 0 to -5º, while areas outside of the Finger Lakes could drop to -10º. Thankfully, it will not be windy, which will mean wind chills will be very near to the real air temperature.A system will pass to our north tomorrow, but some clouds and maybe a flurry will be possible later in the day after a sunny morning. A series of small systems will parade through the region Wednesday, Thursday, late Friday and early Saturday. None of these will be a big weather maker, with mostly just a few flurries with accumulations of no more than an inch.Temperatures will moderate as well, with highs reaching 30º or better for much of the week. Overnight lows will be highly dependent on the timing of these systems and their associated clouds. On nights that are expected to be clouds, like Wednesday night, the following morning should not be too bad. However, when the clouds move out- like Thursday night- temperatures the next morning will dip into the single digits.Have a great week and continue to check back here for your latest local weather.– FL1 Meteorologist Drew Montrueil

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