MIKE BROOKINS MONDAY NIGHT FORECAST UPDATE:
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies with scattered rain showers with higher elevations changing to wet snow showers. Snowflakes will even occur over lower elevations by sunrise. Most spots will not receive any snow accumulation. However, localized amounts of a sloppy coating to 1" or so of snow may occur over the highest elevations to the south/southwest of Syracuse where snow showers persist. Low: 35 to 37 for most spots, but as low as 30 to 34 for the highest elevations. Wind: W/NW diminishing to 10-20 MPH. Wind chills drop to near 30 by morning with 20s for higher elevations.
TUESDAY: Expect mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies with scattered rain and wet snow showers mainly to the south/southeast of Lake Ontario. Little to no snow accumulation during the daytime. Breezy and cool. High temperatures between 45 and 48. Wind; NW 10-20 MPH with gusts to 30 MPH. Morning wind chills near 30 with afternoon wind chills near 40.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Continued scattered light rain and snow showers changes to light snow showers and flurries. Snow accumulation up to a slushy 1" for higher elevations to the south/southwest of Syracuse where it will be a touch colder. Mostly to variably cloudy and turning chilly. Low: 30 to 33.
WEDNESDAY: Few morning flurries end and give way to sunshine and clouds. Rather chilly. High just under 45.
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