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Updated on January 17, 2018 @ 6PM
Forecasts and stats for Fulton, NY


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2017-2018 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 102.1"   Syracuse: 73.7"
through January 14th


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Forecast:


Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
 High: 28
 High: 35
 High: 42
 High: 43
 High: 48
 High: 36
 High: 30
Low: 20
Low: 26
Low: 31
Low: 31
Low: 35
Low: 22
Low: 15
    Forecast Discussion:

From southern Oswego county down into
Syracuse we are done with snow until
probably next Tuesday. But places east
of the lake, from Watertown to the Tug
Hill can expect lake effect snow showers
around Wednesday night through Friday
morning. Some places could pick up
over a foot of snow, especially over
the Tug Hill. The rest of us will be
quiet both Thursday and Friday with
sun and clouds and moderating temperatures.
Any lake effect east of the lake should
end by Friday afternoon.

Milder air will push in on Saturday.
Many of us will be near 40 to the lower
40's with sun and clouds. Another
quiet day on Sunday with partly cloudy
skies. Monday will be the warmest day.
But clouds will increase with afternoon
rain showers likely.

A cold front comes through Monday night.
Rain will change over to snow showers
next Tuesday morning. Scattered snow
showers around during the day Tuesday.
Then some lake effect snow showers are
possible for next Wednesday.


 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego