Warmer but staying cloudy Sunday

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – After a damp start to the first weekend of March, it’s looking a little better Sunday. Will there be any sun as we close out the weekend? Details are below…

Clouds remain stubborn

There will be some areas of fog around Sunday morning, so use caution if you are out traveling.

Our weather is drier as we close out the weekend, but plan on the clouds having the upper hand with maybe a few breaks to sun later in the afternoon.

The air mass over us is quite mild, so even just a little sun sneaking out with no rain around should get us into the 50s Sunday afternoon.

Looking at more record warmth?!

High pressure continues to build in Sunday night and Monday which should help to clear us out to start the week after some low clouds kick off Monday.

With some sunshine returning Monday and a steady southerly breeze, we should have no trouble warming 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 upper 60s looking likely. Stay tuned.

Turns cooler and damp midweek

A small wave of low pressure sliding up the East Coast looks to be close enough to us to produce more clouds Tuesday and possibly a few showers mainly east of Syracuse the way it looks now. Thanks to the clouds it’s a bit cooler but still very mild Tuesday with highs in the low to mid 60s.

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

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