SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Stubborn clouds slowly departing this evening, but they won’t be gone long. Find out below if there’ll be more rain soon too…
Clearing this evening
A stalled front that was the culprit for the showers and storms since the end of last week finally packed its bags and is moving away leading to clearing this evening for most before sunset.
What does this mean for us? A nice and quiet night under a clear to partly cloudy sky with a comfier night’s sleep too! Lows drop into the 50s to around 60 with patchy dense fog developing.
Brief warm up & a changeable day Tuesday
After some fog to start Tuesday, especially near and east of I-81, the sun will shine through the early to mid afternoon before clouds roll in and after 4 pm a few showers/storms. The showers and few storms that develop late in the day Tuesday into Tuesday night are in response to an approaching cold front.
Highs warm well into the 70s to near 80 Tuesday afternoon before the clouds move in, and it’s pretty humid too.
Turns more fall-like mid to late week
After experiencing plenty of unseasonable warmth recently, and almost achieving our first heat wave of 2023 last week, the feel of fall prevails this week, other than Tuesday.
We expect clouds and a few showers to linger, especially near and east of Syracuse Wednesday morning, before possibly some breaks of sun develop later Wednesday afternoon behind a cold front.
Expect highs to drop into the 60s Wednesday and Thursday despite some sun, and low 70s come Friday.
CNY pampered this weekend?
We then warm up a few degrees, into the mid-70s, for this weekend with probably more sunshine, while our friends to the east in New England may very well have to deal with Hurricane ‘Lee’.
Keep checking the latest 7-day forecast for updates.
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