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Updated on January 21, 2017 @ 9PM
Forecasts and stats for Fulton, NY

2016-2017 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 79.7"   Syracuse: 67.4"
through Jan. 10th

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 High: 48
 High: 41
 High: 37
 High: 43
 High: 38
 High: 36
 High: 27
Low: 38
Low: 34
Low: 31
Low: 35
Low: 28
Low: 21
Low: 17
    Forecast Discussion:

Looks like a few rain showers move across
the area Saturday night and early Sunday.
But Sunday looks like another decent day
with clouds and a few intervals of sun by
mid day with nice mild temperatures. A
couple more sprinkles or light showers
possible toward the evening.

Next we turn our eye to the south, as a
large storm spins toward the Mid Atlantic
states on Monday and then makes a turn
up the east coast into Tuesday. We will
be cloudy Monday morning. Rain showers
move in toward early afternoon. Toward
Monday evening we could be seeing a
mix to some sleet, especially higher
elevations. We will see snow, sleet
and rain showers into the day on Tuesday.
Still early to tell if we see any snow
accumulation, but I think it will be minimal.
There should be some slick areas though.

High pressure crests over the area
Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
We will turn a bit milder on Wednesday
out ahead of the next storm system moving
at us from the midwest. Scattered rain
showers moving in during Wednesday
afternoon. As this storm lifts to our north
and east by Thursday, it will help bring down
some cooler air. We will see scattered
rain and snow showers during the day on

Colder air pushes in for Friday with
lake effect snow becoming more favorable.
By Saturday our high temperatures will
remain in the 20's with more lake effect
snow showers possible. The last couple
of days of January and into the start of
February, it looks like we will be seeing even
colder air pouring into our area.


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego