TUESDAY MORNING FORECAST UPDATE:
TODAY: Most spots will be variably to mostly cloudy. There will be some sprinkles and flurries. Despite lower wind early this morning, wind gusts will pick up through the morning to 20-30 MPH later this morning. It will be brisk and breezy again with clouds and some limited breaks of sunshine. Localized scattered sprinkles and flurries with an isolated steadier shower are likely from time to time. Below normal high temperatures continue again today. It will likely be a few degrees cooler than yesterday. Afternoon temperatures should range between 42 and 47 for most areas. However, numbers will be closer to 40 for hill towns and the North Country. Wind chills should be between 35 and 39. Wind: NW 10 to 20 MPH with gusts to 30 MPH. To see any precipitation, click on Interactive Doppler Radar to zoom in anywhere and on Live Triple Doppler Radar to see where it is raining.
TONIGHT: Continued scattered light rain and snow showers changes to light snow showers and flurries. Snow accumulation up to a coating to a slushy 1" where snow showers persist on lawns, trees and vehicles over sections of CNY. Mostly to variably cloudy and turning chilly. Low: 30 to 35, but upper 20s for the hilltowns. Wind: NW 10 to N 5-10 MPH.
WEDNESDAY: Flurries and light snow showers should slowly taper off and give way to a bit more sunshine especially during the afternoon. However, temperatures remain below normal. High: 40 to 45. The normal high for Wednesday is 56. Wind: NNW 5-10 MPH.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy then increasing and thickening cloud coverage. Snow develops over the western and southern areas and possibly into Syracuse by dawn. Low near 32.
THURSDAY: Snow should gradually change over to a cold raw rain from southwest to northeast. Snow and mixture last longest across eastern and northeastern areas (especially the Adirondacks). An accumulation of snow is likely before it changes over. Perhaps a coating to 1-2" accumulation for most spots, but 2-6" over the Adirondacks. Blustery. Temperatures no better than the 30s during the day and wind chills no better than the 20s during the day. Temperatures will try and climb to 40 to 45 during the evening.
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