MIKE BROOKINS MONDAY NIGHT WEATHER FORECAST UPDATE
TONIGHT: Muggy. High thin clouds. Patchy fog developing in fog prone areas again. Low near 65. Wind: N-E 0-7 MPH.
TUESDAY: Any localized patchy fog will mix away to sunshine mixed with clouds. It will once again be dry with near record high temperatures. High near 89. Wind: Variable 0-9 MPH.
Record Syracuse High for September 26th: 88º in 1934
TUESDAY NIGHT: Partly to variably cloudy. Otherwise, well above average temperatures continue. Near record warmth for minimum temperature possible. Muggy. Low near 66.
Record warmest minimum temperature for Syracuse for September 27th is 66 set back in 1923.
WEDNESDAY: Expect a combination of sunshine and clouds with near record heat again. There is a threat for an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. High near 86.
Record Syracuse High for September 27th: 83º in 1929
THURSDAY: Morning cloud coverage with a chance for a spotty sprinkle or shower gives way to some intervals of sunshine. It will be much cooler, less humid and breezy. However, afternoon high temperatures will be exactly normal for the end of September. High near 68.
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Today's Record Temperatures