Wet, not white, weather highlights CNY forecast

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) –Central New York looks to be in and out of wet weather for the west of the week. Will it dry out for the weekend? Details are below…

Have umbrellas ready through the end of the week

A stalled front hangs out near CNY into Friday acting as railroad tracks for a couple of waves of low pressure to move along. The first batch of rain is over us now and continues through the first part of the night before tapering overnight so be sure to have the umbrella/rain jacket handy.

There is the chance of some freezing rain but that is well north of Syracuse.  Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for Jefferson and St. Lawrence Counties. The greatest chance for some icing would be north of Watertown and closer to the St. Lawrence Valley.

For central New York overnight it looks like fog could be an issue.  A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for much of the region though the Thursday morning commute.  Visibilities could drop to below a quarter of a mile in spots so use caution when driving later tonight.

Any breaks in the rain?

With the first batch of rain moving out of central New York before you wake up tomorrow, there should be some dry time as you go about your day Thursday.  There will be lighter drizzle or mist from time to time.

Another area of widespread rain heads into central New York Thursday night before tapering to showers Friday.

Temperatures rise into the 40 tomorrow and even into early in the weekend as you can see below…

Weekend starts quiet by could turn wintry…

It’s a tranquil and mild Saturday with clouds ruling the sky and highs warming into the low 40s, but a developing nor’easter may provide CNY with some accumulating wet snow late Saturday night into Sunday. Stay tuned for updates the next few days…

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