SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Spotty showers this evening followed by steadier rain overnight into Wednesday. How much rain falls through midweek, and any cold air on the way?? The details are below…
Spotty light showers and drizzle this evening
It’s remaining mild tonight with spotty light showers/drizzle giving way to a steadier rain overnight from south to north across CNY. Temperatures hold in the low to mid 40s through the night. Also, if you are traveling tonight watch for areas of fog to develop.
Remains mild but it’s a washout Wednesday
Rain is steady much of Wednesday, so be sure to have the umbrella and or raincoat handy! As of right now, the threat for flooding is very low but we will let you know if that changes.
Despite the clouds and rain Wednesday, it remains mild with highs in the upper 40s to around 50, or some 15 degrees above average.
Can’t shake the showers late week
There will still be some showers, drizzle and fog around on Thursday, but precipitation should become more scattered.
Showers linger a bit into Friday with a little snow possible across the higher terrain later in the day, but most won’t see any flakes through sunset Friday.
Cooler, but still mild for late December to end the week
Temperatures for Thursday will remain well above average, 45 to 50, but there is some cooler air on the way late-week into the weekend.
Keep checking the latest 7-day forecast for updates. There’s a little light at the end of the snowless tunnel snow lovers/winter enthusiasts…
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