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Updated on February 21, 2018 @ 6PM
Forecasts and stats for Fulton, NY


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2017-2018 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 135.1"   Syracuse: 106.8"
through February 18th


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Forecast:


Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
 High: 38
 High: 44
 High: 46
 High: 53
 High: 46
 High: 45
 High: 42
Low: 25
Low: 36
Low: 40
Low: 34
Low: 29
Low: 30
Low: 24
    Forecast Discussion:

Cloudy and seasonable on Thursday.
An area of snow, sleet, and rain will
be sliding across the area on Thursday.
A strong area of high pressure to our
north will try to push the precipitation
to the south. I think from Oswego
county and points south will see
snow mixing with some rain showers.
Best chance of accumulating snow will
be south of the Thruway. The hills
south of Syracuse could see 2 - 5" of
snow. Northern NY will just see clouds
and maybe a peak of sun.

Peaks of sun possible early on Friday.
Then we will see rain showers moving
in by the afternoon. Higher elevations
will see a chance of some freezing
rain and/or sleet before changing over
to just rain showers. High pressure
moves in on Saturday. We should be
quiet with sun mixing with the clouds.
A slight chance of a shower toward
the evening.

Rain will be likely on Sunday as a
strong storm system passes by to our
west and north. But we will see
milder air pushing in over us with
the rain. Rain is forecast to pull
out toward late afternoon. High
pressure moves back in on Monday.
We will see partly cloudy skies.
This high will be fairly strong
and we will remain dry and quiet
for next Tuesday with sunshine.
Partly cloudy skies next Wednesday with
a chance of a rain or snow shower.


 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego