SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – We have enjoyed a mild and mainly dry stretch of weather over the last several days in CNY, but things are cooling off now. How cool does it get, and is there any snow in the forecast? Find out below.
Another record high broken!
After a record-breaking warm day on Friday, another record high was set on Saturday! Click here for the details.
Mainly dry and cooler Sunday
For the most part, the rest of Super Bowl weekend is going to be mainly dry/quiet, but we cannot completely rule out a few flurries and sprinkles, especially during Sunday morning.
Don’t expect another day with highs in the 50s and 60s. Instead, temperatures will only reach the low 40s to close out the weekend. Cooler versus the past few days for sure, but still several degrees above average for this time of year.
But where’s the snow?!
Winter enthusiasts/snow lovers, there is at least some hope on the horizon!
We’re watching closely for a possible nor’easter across the East/Northeast late Monday night into Tuesday with some snow.
There now could be at least a light snow accumulation even in the Syracuse area and Thruway corridor, while several inches are possible south of Syracuse especially over the southern Finger Lakes. A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for the counties south of Syracuse from Monday evening through Tuesday morning.
That all said, it looks like the heaviest snow falls across parts of the Southern Tier into Northeast Pennsylvania, Catskills, lower Hudson Valley, including Albany, into southern New England. Stay tuned for updates.
There are certainly going to be more seasonable temperatures around during the week ahead, too.
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