Showers taper briefly tonight

SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) – It’s another mild night, but it won’t be as warm Wednesday thanks to an increasing chance of more numerous showers midweek. Check out the latest details below.

Unsettled at times pattern continues…

After some showers and a few storms developed to round out Tuesday into the start of Tuesday night, central New York gets a brief break from the rain from about sunset Tuesday evening until Wednesday morning/midday as more wet weather builds in from the south.

That said, be sure to have the Live Doppler 9 app downloaded to your phone so you can track the showers expected Wednesday.

If you haven’t downloaded yet… here you go:

Still dodging drops midweek

A cold front that moved into CNY Tuesday night is stalling out and falling apart over the region on Wednesday with a wave of low pressure near the Jersey Shore. What does that mean? If you guessed more showers, then you guessed right. Expect additional showers Wednesday, and as a result of all the clouds and showers we think highs may very well not get out of the 60s.

Possibly nicer for a day or two?

Wednesday’s rain maker, stalled front and area of low pressure near the coast, should slowly breakdown and shift south and east enough so that CNY dries out for the most part Thursday, and possibly for much of Friday too!

An approaching cold front from the west may throw some showers into the area towards sunset Friday, but we may get through all of Friday dry.

Highs should get up into the mid-70s Thursday and mid to possibly upper 70s on Friday.

Check out the latest 7-day forecast.

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