Clearing tonight; Near record warm Tuesday!

SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) – Clouds moving out tonight will be followed by the warmest day of the year so far, and possibly a record high. Details are below…

Clouds clear out tonight

The clouds we battled on Eclipse Day Monday, of course are now heading east out of CNY tonight. Lows drop to within a few degrees of 40 for most.

Near record warmth Tuesday!

After most reached the 60s on Monday, high temperatures will climb all the way into the low to mid 70s with plenty of sunshine! By the way, the record high is 77° set back in 1945 on Tuesday. We’ll be close!

Keep in mind, the average high is in the low 50s for this point in the month of April.

Rain chances return midweek, but…

A weakening cold front slides in late Tuesday night into Wednesday with scattered showers as readings cool to within a few degrees of 50 Tuesday night and mid-60s Wednesday.

Gusty southerly winds kick up for Thursday with periods of rain and highs well into the 60s to possibly low 70s with enough dry time.

We cool back down with wind and some rain sticking around late in the week into the start of the weekend too. Stay tuned for updates.

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