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Sun set to return to CNY, how warm does it get?

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – After a snowy start to Thursday for many, the lake effect snow today will be replaced by milder weather and sun on Friday. Details below…

Lake effect snow winds down

Lake effect snow will continue into Thursday evening but will be much lighter than the snow that fell early in the day.

There could be another inch or two in the more persistent snow showers mainly north of Syracuse over parts of Oswego and northern Oneida counties.

For the rest of central New York, the skies are clear overnight.

A return to spring weather Friday

The return to winter weather only lasts about a day, as temperatures begin a warming trend on Friday.

Along with mostly sunny skies, expect unseasonably warm high temperatures in the upper 40s.

With all the sun and the fresh snowpack, it will be particularly bright day so have your shades ready and if you are heading out for a walk would suggest putting some sunscreen on your face to avoid getting a sunburn (no joke)

Wet start to weekend

Clouds quickly move in from the south Friday night as high pressure moves out to sea and our winds go into the south.

Precipitation is right on the heels of the clouds, and we would expect some rain in central New York before daybreak Saturday. It may even be cool enough in higher elevations east of Syracuse so the precipitation could start as some wet snow or freezing rain.

Precipitation continues Saturday but with temperatures in the 40s it looks like just some light rain during the daylight.

It is drier on Sunday. After a cloudy start there should be some sun in the afternoon. We are back into the 50s with even warmer weather in store for early next week!

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