Turning colder with some snow on the way

SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) – After a nice start to the weekend on Saturday with some sunshine and mild temperatures, cooler and more unsettled weather arrived on Sunday. Will the cooling trend continue, and is there any more precipitation on the way this week? Find out below…

A few snow showers Sunday night

Scattered rain and snow showers Sunday evening will give way to a few snow showers overnight across central New York.

Little to no snow accumulation is expected for most spots, though the higher terrain south of Syracuse could pick up a trace to an inch, with an inch or two also possible for the Tug Hill.

Lows overnight will be chilly, in the 20s to around 30.

Turning colder, more snow on the way

A stretch of cooler weather is set to move in with several days of below average temperatures for a change. We also expect the return of some more snow showers and areas of lake snow.

The focal point for developing lake effect snow showers late Sunday night through Monday morning will be east of Lake Ontario, particularly for the Tug Hill Plateau. A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect for the counties east of Lake Ontario at 5 a.m. on Monday, lasting through 5 a.m. on Tuesday.

By Monday afternoon, scattered snow showers will be fair game across the rest of the area.

While a few snow showers are possible for many spots Monday night into Tuesday, the most persistent snow will remain over the Tug Hill through Tuesday morning. Total snow accumulations will be on the order of 4 to 8 inches, while amounts of a coating to an inch or two will be found elsewhere.

Occasional snow showers and areas of lake snow most likely continue at times right through at least midweek as spring officially starts at 11:06 pm Tuesday ironically!

Stay tuned for updates.

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