We still expect a strong storm to work off the east coast and be in a position just southeast of NYC. That storm will likely be strong enough to throw precipitation our way, but precipitation type and intensity is VERY tricky. Our current thinking is the weather closes in on us late Monday and Monday evening as primarily rain, then starts going to a wintry mix Monday evening, heavy, wet snow Monday night continuing into Tuesday morning. Elevation will also be critical, so stay tuned.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with patchy fog. Still mild. Low 36. Wind: E 5-10 MPH.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, becoming overcast. Light rain developing from the southeast to the northwest mid to late afternoon. High 42, falling. Wind: E 10-20 MPH with higher gusts.
MONDAY NIGHT: TRICKY SYSTEM - MUST WATCH. Exact storm track and impacts is still very uncertain. For now, wet, accumulating snow for most, especially western Finger Lakes and far North Country. Low 32. Wind: NE/N 10-20 MPH with gusts up to 35 MPH.
TUESDAY: STILL TRICKY. Heavy, wet snow for most in the morning. Heavy sleet and ice for places east of Syracuse. All precipitation gradually tapers off through the afternoon. Breezy. High 37.
WEDNESDAY: Weak clipper system - area of light snow/rain/wintry mix, especially in the afternoon. Windy. High 40.
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