MATT'S TUESDAY MIDDAY WEATHER FORECAST UPDATE
There is a threat for localized minor flooding for a few spots. Click here for specific information about this. Plus, tune in to NBC-3 and CBS-5 for even more details.
REST OF TODAY: Generally cloudy spotty light showers for CNY. Steadier rain well south and southeast of Syracuse. Highs near 53. Wind: Becoming NNW 5-15 mph.
TONIGHT: Rather overcast skies are likely. Expect some leftover sprinkles, drizzle, freezing drizzle and flurries. Lows near 33. Wind: NNW 8-18 MPH. Wind chills drop in the 20s later at night through Wednesday morning.
WEDNESDAY: Considerable cloud coverage with leftover flurries, freezing drizzle and drizzle tapering off. Some intervals of afternoon sunshine will develop. It will be a bit breezy. Highs near 44. Wind: NNW 10-17 with gusts to 25 MPH. Wind chills in the 20s during the morning and 30s during the afternoon.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mainly clear to partly cloudy. Low near 27. Wind: NNW 3-8 mph.
THURSDAY: Expect a chilly start with sunshine and high clouds. Clouds will thicken during the afternoon. Seasonable temperatures will occur. High: 45 to 50.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Clouds thickening. There is a threat for a wintry mixture of snow, sleet, freezing rain and a cold rain. Low near 34.
FRIDAY: Early wintry mixture of snow, sleet, freezing rain and a cold rain will change to all rain everywhere. Breezy. High near 49.
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