Quiet, some fog tonight; Record warm Monday?

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Sunday was a drier day, but most of CNY just couldn’t shake the cloud cover. Can we get some sun back out for Monday? Details are below…

Remaining quiet tonight

While there could be some patchy fog again tonight, we expect otherwise quiet conditions across central New York.

Under more clouds than not, it will be another mild night with lows near 40, which is a few degrees above the average high for this time of year!

Looking at more record warmth?!

There will still be some clouds around to begin the day Monday, but we should see some intervals of sunshine develop as the day progresses.

With some sun returning Monday and a steady southerly breeze, we should have no trouble warming well into the 60s. The record high for Monday is 63 set in 1974, and we think we have a good shot of breaking that record with mid to perhaps upper 60s looking probable. Stay tuned.

Turns cooler and damp midweek

It’s very mild Monday night with clouds increasing and a breeze. Lows won’t drop any lower than the upper 40s to around 50 for many!

The aforementioned clouds moving in Monday night are ahead of a small wave of low pressure sliding up the East Coast that will be close enough to us to produce more clouds Tuesday and possibly some showers, especially east of Syracuse the way it looks now.

Thanks to the clouds and possibly a bit of rain, it’s cooler but still very mild Tuesday with highs in the upper 50s to around 60.

We expect a cold front to move in from the west on Wednesday with a better chance of some rain. Temperatures will cool back into the low to mid 50s.

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