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Updated on September 30, 2016 @ 7PM
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 High: 66
 High: 70
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 High: 72
 High: 69
Low: 58
Low: 54
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    Forecast Discussion:

We will remain unsettled into the weekend.
But it will not be an all day rain.
Saturday will be mostly cloudy with
a few scattered showers at times.
Best chance of rain will be toward
the evening. Much of Sunday looks
dry and mild with sun mixing with
clouds. Scattered showers and
even a thunderstorm later in the
afternoon and evening.

As the upper level low moves across
the area and weakens on Monday we
will continue to see clouds with
ocassional rain showers. Some
peaks of sun possible toward the
evening. Clouds mixing with sun
on Tuesday as high pressure starts
to build into the northeast.

A nice mild day on Wednesday with
mostly sunny skies. Sunny and
mild again for Thursday with high
pressure still in control. Partly
cloudy skies next Friday. A chance
of late day showers as a cold front
approaches from the west.

Hurricane Matthew will be moving right
near the east coast next weekend.
This storm may impact our weather
toward late next Saturday and Sunday.
But some computer models have it
staying out to sea. We will have
to wait and see.


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego