MATT'S MONDAY MIDDAY FORECAST UPDATE:
REST OF TODAY: A blend of sun and clouds giving way to increasing and thickening cloud cover. Breezy. Isolated shower north and west of Syracuse late day. Highs near 71. Wind: SSE 10-25 mph.
TONIGHT: Overcast with some rain showers likely. Highest risk for rain is roughly between 7pm and midnight. Some briefly heavier downpours are possible with an isolated rumble of thunder or two. Expect late night clearing. East and northeast of Lake Ontario, some new lake effect clouds will develop giving a renewed risk for a lake effect shower before sunrise. Low near 55. Wind: S 10-15 then W to SW 5-10 MPH.
TUESDAY: For the majority of central New York, expect sunshine with just a few developing cumulus clouds alongside seasonably mild numbers. Northeast of Lake Ontario, some localized lake effect showers will occur and push into Canada during the afternoon with sunshine developing up north during the day. High near 70. Wind: SW 5-10 increasing to 10-15 MPH.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear. Low near 45.
WEDNESDAY: Expect another mostly sunny day with slightly above average temperatures again. High: 70 to 75.
THURSDAY: Becoming mostly cloudy with spotty showers. High near 65.
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