FLX FORECAST: Snow stays in the forecast through late-week, accumulation expected

Big snowfall is not expected for the Finger Lakes this week — even as another nor’easter makes its way up the coast — dumping heavy snow along the New England coastline.

Forecasters say after a cool-and-unsettled weekend — the same forecast will persist throughout the week. While some minor accumulation is possible Monday Night into Tuesday — more scattered snow showers will persist through the end of the week.

FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil says the latest shot of cold air, which will be ushered in behind that coastal system — will keep temperatures down, and the lake effect snow disorganized.

Temperatures are expected to hover in the 20s and 30s throughout the week. Montreuil notes that a warm-up is possible at the end of the week, but will be short-lived — as the long-term forecast calls for temperatures to fall back below normal for the following week.

As always, the forecast can, and frequently does change, so stay tuned to the FingerLakes1.com Weather Center for the latest from the National Weather Service, and other great weather resources.

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