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Will it be a white Halloween?

TRI-COUNTY AREA—The Finger Lakes had its first taste of winter Thursday, Oct. 27, and into Friday morning.

The National Weather Service is reporting areas across the region that experienced several inches of snowfall.  According to the NWS, 2.8 inches of snow were observed in Branchport.  The agency website had a Watkins Glen station reporting two inches of snow.  Jessica Rennells, climatologist with the Northeastern Regional Climate Center, also said a station in Mecklenburg experienced two inches.

The NWS put 13 counties (including Yates, Schuyler, and Steuben) under a hard freeze warning Friday morning, which ended at 10 a.m. The agency explained this meant temperatures were in the mid-20s to 30 degrees and could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.
While the National Weather Service forecast calls for possible snow on Saturday in Yates and Schuyler Counties, it does not predict it for Sunday or Monday.

 


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