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Updated on March 23, 2017 @ 10AM
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2016-2017 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 159.4"   Syracuse: 133.9"
through Mar. 18th

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Forecast:


Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
 High: 45
 High: 44
 High: 51
 High: 54
 High: 57
 High: 49
 High: 48
Low: 38
Low: 36
Low: 43
Low: 43
Low: 40
Low: 32
Low: 29
    Forecast Discussion:

Sunny skies for the rest of the day
on Thursday. Toward Friday morning
we will see showers moving in. At
first there could be snow, sleet,
freezing rain mix. Any mix should be
brief with a change to rain showers
in the morning. Areas east of route 81
may have more slick conditions.

A front stays draped over us on Saturday.
This front will keep us cloudy with
drizzle and some light rain showers
at times. Scattered rain showers will
still be with us on Sunday but we will
be mild.

Morning showers on Monday, then showers
will be more scattered with mild
temperatures. Very mild next Tuesday
with partly cloudy skies. A chance of
rain showers late in the day. A cold
front sweeps through Tuesday night. So
we will be cooler next Wednesday with
a scattered rain or snow shower possible.
Quiet next Thursday with a mix of sun
and clouds.


 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego