MOLLY'S SATURDAY EVENING FORECAST UPDATE
TONIGHT: Turning colder and blustery. A few wet snow showers early, then new lake-effect snow develops after midnight. Most snow will fall between the southern Tug Hill, moving in and around Syracuse and CNY by morning. Minor accumulation expected, some isolated 2-3" amounts. Watch for icy spots as wet roads rapidly freeze over. Low near 29. Wind: W 10-30 MPH gusting to 40. Wind chills in the teens.
Portions of the North Country have a FLOOD WATCH in effect from Friday evening through Sunday evening. Areas south and southeast of Onondaga County have a FLASH FLOOD WATCH until 6pm Saturday. More specifics about this flooding threat here
SUNDAY: Much colder. Blustery with lake-effect snow showers near Syracuse in the morning, moving north and tapering to scattered light flurries later in the day. Windy. Seasonal high near 37. Wind W 15-30 MPH with gusts up to 45 MPH. Wind chills in the teens.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Clearing early. Clouds and flurries after midnight, especially north of Syracuse. Breezy late. Low 30. Wind: W to S 5-10 MPH, stronger near morning.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny to start with some extra clouds in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy for northern NY. A few light rain showers possible late. High 46.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny, then increasing cloud cover. Rain and rain showers developing by the evening. High 48.
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