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Updated on December 12, 2017 @ 8AM
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Forecast:


Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
 High: 36
 High: 21
 High: 23
 High: 24
 High: 29
 High: 36
 High: 30
Low: 19
Low: 11
Low: 10
Low: 14
Low: 23
Low: 22
Low: 20
    Forecast Discussion:

A clipper storm will be moving into
Central NY Monday night. This storm
will stengthen as it moves across
NY state. The snow will move in
closer to midnight. The heaviest
snow will occur from around 5am until
7am Tuesday morning. The steadiest
snow will be north of the Thruway
over Oswego county and the Tug Hill.
But not expecting huge amounts through
the day Tuesday. 3 - 6" near the
Tug Hill. And 1 - 3" is expected
closer to Syracuse.

The clipper will strengthen even more
Tuesday night as it moves up to Maine.
Cold northwest winds on the backside
of this storm will start to develop
lake enhanced and lake effect snow
showers. This lake effect snow will
last through the day Wednesday. The
main area of concern will be from
Wayne county into northern Cayuga,
northern Onondaga, Oswego, Oneida
and Madison counties. Accumulations
from Tuesday night through Wednesday
will be 4 - 8". Places from Wolcott
to Fulton to Mexico as well as the
Tug Hill could see 8 - 16". We will
also be seeing the coldest air of
the season over us with strong
winds. Some wind gusts close to
30 mph.

Still some lake effect snow possible
into Thursday morning. By the afternoon
we should see a bit of a break. But
will have to keep an eye on another
fast moving clipper. Right now this
storm stays to our south on Thursday.
Some more lake effect snow is possible
Thursday night into Friday, mainly
close to the lake shore. Low pressure
moves by just to our north on Saturday
with a few snow showers possible.

Another storm system could give us
some snow showers next Sunday. Even
a mix with some sleet and rain is possible.
Still have to keep a chance of snow
showers in for next Monday as we remain
chilly with on and off storm systems
moving through.


 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego