Record warmth replaced by some wet weather

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – It was another record warm day today in central New York but is there any cool weather in our immediate future? Details are below…

Turns cooler and damp midweek

After a record high temperature on Monday, temperatures back off for the middle of the week and our rain chances increase.

It stays very mild Monday night as clouds thicken, and the wind picks up. Lows won’t drop any lower than the upper 40s to around 50 for many!

The 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 on Tuesday and some showers, especially east of Syracuse.

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

Drying out to end the week

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. Again, it is still warmer than normal for early March.

The front moves to our south Wednesday night and high pressure builds in from Canada. This is the center of a dry and seasonable air mass so we would expect increasing sunshine Thursday as we again rise into the low 50s.

Friday looks to feature more sunshine with this high-pressure system still in control as it stays seasonably mild.

Things, however, go downhill for the weekend as a storm system comes our way from the middle of the country. We initially start the weekend with rain showers but then cool enough Sunday for some snow showers.

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