MOLLY'S TUESDAY MIDDAY FORECAST UPDATE:
REST OF TODAY: Freezing rain moving slowly eastward and out of the immediate Syracuse area. Icing and slippery conditions will continue to be a problem north and east of Syracuse, mainly over the Mohawk Valley and North Country. Elsewhere, steady, heavy rain develops in the afternoon. Temperatures will slowly rise from the lower 30s into the middle 30s for CNY, with upper 30s to near 40 for the Finger Lakes region. Wind: E 10-15 MPH. Wind chills should be between 23 and 28. 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: Overcast with early evening light rain tapering to spotty drizzle and mist with areas of fog. Low near 36.
WEDNESDAY: Remaining overcast and raw with areas of drizzle, light rain and some wet flurries. High near 39.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Overcast with fog, mist and freezing drizzle. Low near 33.
THURSDAY: Considerable cloud coverage continues. Trying for peeks of sun. Above average temperatures are likely. High near 41.
FRIDAY: A mixture of sunshine and increasing clouds. Above average temperatures continue. High near 46.
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