SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – We have cooled off from back-to-back record highs Friday and Saturday, but is there any winter weather coming to CNY? Find out below.
Cool, but still pretty mild into Monday
We will stay on the cooler side, but by no means are we cold by mid-February standards into the start of the new week.
Highs with a bit of sun possible at times to start the week should rise to near 40 again, or 5 to 10 degrees above average. Other than a few snow showers east of Lake Ontario in the morning it’s a quiet Monday.
As the week goes on the temperatures will start to fall and feel more like winter around here.
Nor’easter a miss for CNY
Once again central New York are just spectators to a coastal storm.
Snow develops late Monday into Tuesday, but only for areas towards Binghamton, Scranton, the Catskills, and lower Hudson Valley.
There may be some lighter snow for a brief time Tuesday for the southern Finger Lakes where there could be a coating up to an inch at most.
Otherwise, there’s not much for Syracuse to be concerned with Tuesday, especially the farther north you are.
Any snow at all this week?
Yes, there is actually!
The Nor’easter may not directly impact CNY, but the aftermath of it will.
Colder air behind the storm will generate lake effect snow showers by the evening commute time Tuesday evening and linger into Wednesday morning.
As much as 1-3” could fall under these lake effect snow bands.
There’s another chance at a quick coating to an inch or two Thursday night into Friday as a clipper passes by.
We may even get another chance Saturday! But let’s get through the neaxt few days first.
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