SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – After another dreary day across the region on Friday will it dry out for the weekend? Details are below…
Weekend starts quiet…
It’s a tranquil and mild Saturday with clouds ruling the sky (despite high pressure building in from the northwest) and highs warming into the low 40s.
Given the recent snowmelt and rainfall, a Flood Warning is in effect for the Tioughnioga River at Cortland until Saturday evening. Remember, if you ever encounter a flooded roadway, turn around and find an alternate route.
Winter tries to make a comeback
A developing nor’easter may provide CNY with some accumulating wet snow on Sunday.
Right now, it looks like a rain and wet snow mix moving in Sunday morning. Elevation will play a key role with some higher terrain south of Syracuse and the Thruway coming away with the 3 to 5 inches possible in those spots.
Because of the rain/snow mix and temperatures just above freezing during the day Sunday, lower elevations surrounding the Thruway like Syracuse will pick up less, say a coating to 3 inches.
Any change in temperatures for Sunday could impact the final snowfall projections, so stay tuned for updates this weekend…
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