SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – After another dreary day across the region on Thursday, more rain is on the way Thursday night into Friday. Will it dry out for the weekend? Details are below…
Fog persists and rain returns
Damp and dreary conditions will persist Thursday evening with some areas of mist and drizzle continuing, as well as some dense fog in spots.
A Dense Fog Advisory has been expanded to include more of the Finger Lakes and now even Onondaga County and the city of Syracuse until 9 a.m. Friday morning.
In addition, another batch of widespread rain returns overnight Thursday through early Friday morning. Some of this rain could be heavy at times.
If your travels take you through the far North Country, especially near the St. Lawrence Valley, there will likely be some areas of freezing rain once again overnight. Use caution on the roads, as they will be slippery.
All wet, not white for now
Widespread rain early Friday morning will taper to just a few scattered showers during the day. There could still be some patchy fog around as well.
It will be a mild day, with highs in Syracuse reaching well into the 40s. Parts of the Finger Lakes could even be in the 50s!
Weekend starts quiet, but may turn wintry..
It’s a tranquil and mild Saturday with clouds ruling the sky and highs warming into the low 40s. However, a developing nor’easter may provide CNY with some accumulating wet snow late Saturday night into Sunday.
Right now, the greatest threat for accumulation is likely going to be from the Thruway south. We are watching this storm carefully as it develops as temperatures being just above freezing will impact the snow totals. Stay tuned for updates over the next few days…
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