Not as cold tonight, followed by another winner!

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – After the frigid start to Tuesday, a warming trend has begun across CNY. How mild does it get this week? Find out below.

After one of the coldest starts to a day this winter Tuesday morning, we are recovered nicely Tuesday with highs reaching well into the 30s to 40 in Syracuse after starting the day at 7 degrees in Syracuse!

Check out the Tuesday morning lows below…

Turns even milder and stays sunny midweek

A tranquil, bright and milder stretch of weather continues through the middle of the week. High pressure cresting is shifting east of the region tonight. This causes a light breeze to develop out of the southeast tonight preventing temperatures from falling as low as they were Monday night.

We are expecting lows to drop into the teens and low 20s tonight instead of single digits and low teens we felt Monday night/early Tuesday.

The clockwise flow around high pressure as it slides east of us will result in a steadier southerly flow Wednesday. So, in addition to sunshine, temperatures will warm well into the 40s to possibly even 50 degrees Wednesday near and west of Syracuse.

When is the next chance of precipitation?

A cold front and area of low pressure approaching central New York from the west triggers some mainly rain showers to develop Thursday/Thursday night, as it is too mild for snow.

We expect rain showers to taper Friday morning and may end as a little snow across the hills.

Highs on Friday are in the low 40s but wait till you feel the changes that occur over the weekend. Stay tuned to find out.

Click here for the latest 7-day forecast

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