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Updated on September 25, 2016 @ 9PM
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 High: 70
 High: 66
 High: 68
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 High: 65
Low: 55
Low: 49
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Low: 53
Low: 52
Low: 51
Low: 47
    Forecast Discussion:

Milder with a mix of sun and clouds on
Monday. A couple of showers possible later
in the afternoon toward evening. Showers
will be likely after sunset as a cold front
makes its way across the area.

Showers will taper off after midnight
Monday night. Tuesday will be partly
cloudy. A couple of isolated showers
are possible. Some lake enhanced
rain showers Tuesday morning mainly
near Buffalo and maybe Watertown.
An upper low over the upper Great Lakes
will weaken and move south on

We will see sun and clouds on
Wednesday. A slight chance of a
shower. This upper level low pressure
will be the question mark for the rest
of the week. There is a chance that
the storm system will restrengthen
near the east coast. If this were to
happen we will see rain showers
moving in from the Atlantic Ocean
for Thursday through Saturday.

Other computer models are keeping
the low to our south with high pressure
keeping most rain to our south.
So there is a chance of showers for
each day. By next Sunday we should
be able to clear this system out and
see a mix of sun and clouds.


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego