Showers diminish tonight

SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) – Soggy weather continued at times Thursday. When is it safe to put away the umbrella for a bit? Find out below…

Rain threat diminishes tonight

While clouds may be a bit stubborn tonight, it does look like the threat of rain showers quickly diminishes this evening.  Besides some spotty drizzle, it remains cloudy overnight.

The clouds should help keep temperatures for most from dropping below 40 degrees.

Any better Friday?

Friday does look a little drier and brighter at least to start, but during the midday and afternoon an approaching cold front will likely trigger some more showers. The wind should also be gusty at times as the front moves in.

Highs on Friday should get back into the low to mid 60s, but cooler air returns for the weekend with a stiff breeze and highs dipping back into the low to mid 50s despite some sunshine.

Weekend not feeling Spring-like

In the wake of Friday evening’s cold front, cooler air moves in and stays around for the weekend. It looks like temperatures both Saturday and Sunday will be in the low to mid 50s. Our normal high by this point in April should be closer to 60.

While most of the weekend is dry, there does appear to be a several hour stretch Saturday afternoon where clouds build and there could be some brief rain showers. Keep an eye on the radar if you have outdoor plans during this time.

Check out the latest 7 day forecast.

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