Rounds of storms move across CNY Wednesday

SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) – A lot of Central New Yorker’s woke up to Mother Nature’s alarm clock with the first round of storms. More are slated Wednesday afternoon before we see a shift in the current warm weather pattern. Details below…

Wednesday morning

The first wave of showers and storms are moving through central New York this morning. Look for heavy downpours along with frequent lightning.

This round of showers and storms shift east and depart the region during the morning commute.

Wednesday afternoon

The morning turns drier with sunshine breaking through right into the afternoon.

Storms likely pop up again between about 2 and 7 p.m. Any of these storms that develop could have gusty/damaging winds, hail, and downpours.

So, if you have any outdoor plans Wednesday afternoon be sure to keep an eye on the sky and on the radar! That said, much of the day will be dry, but don’t let your guard down if you are outside working or out for pleasure.

Highs should still be able to reach well into the 70s Wednesday afternoon Syracuse south bound, while areas east of Lake Ontario are likely going to be stuck in the 60s.

Cooler & damper changes later in the week

A cold front slides through Wednesday night, and is then followed by a stronger storm system moving south of CNY Thursday into Friday.

What does this mean for CNY? You guessed it! Another round of showers moves in Thursday afternoon and likely lingers into Friday, but it also turns unseasonably cool.

We think highs may struggle to reach the low to mid 60s Thursday and could be stuck in the 50s Friday!

Check out the latest 7-day forecast.

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