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Updated on December 7, 2016 @ 6PM
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 High: 36
 High: 31
 High: 29
 High: 33
 High: 36
 High: 32
 High: 30
Low: 25
Low: 20
Low: 18
Low: 28
Low: 25
Low: 21
Low: 20
    Forecast Discussion:

Colder air starts pouring in Wednesday
night. Lake effect snow will begin
up near Watertown near sunrise on
Thursday. The snow band will shift
a bit south through the day on Thursday
and set up over the Tug Hill. We
may see a few flurries or snow
showers off of Lake Erie here in the
Syracuse region. The Tug Hill will
see accumulations of 12 - 24"+ through
Friday morning.

Winds will shift Thursday night into
the northwest. So the lake effect
band will shift south into Oswego and
then Oneida and Onondaga counties
after 2AM Friday. Multiple bands
of lake effect snow will set up from
the Finger Lakes to Oswego county.
The bands will remain in this area
Friday night and Saturday, before
slowly weakening later in the day
Saturday. 6 - 12" of accumulation
southeast of the lake. Some areas
seeing 12 - 18" by Saturday afternoon.

Partly cloudy skies Sunday morning.
We may see some snow showers later
in the day. But not sure yet what a
storm in the midwest will do. It may
come right at us, or slide just south.
We may not get any snow showers
until Sunday night or Monday.

But after the storm passes on Monday,
we will see more lake effect snow
showers setting up east of the lake
on Tuesday, and possibly shifting
south on Wednesday. An even colder
air mass is forecast to come at us for
the end of next week.


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego