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Updated on March 26, 2017 @ 7PM
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2016-2017 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 159.7"   Syracuse: 134.4"
through Mar. 22nd

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Forecast:


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
 High: 55
 High: 53
 High: 43
 High: 48
 High: 48
 High: 50
 High: 52
Low: 43
Low: 35
Low: 29
Low: 30
Low: 36
Low: 35
Low: 35
    Forecast Discussion:

Steadier rain showers will be with us
Sunday night. Showers Monday morning
will become scattered. We will see
a few scattered showers throughout
the day Monday. Some peaks of sun
are possible with milder temperatures.

Mainly cloudy skies on Tuesday with
scattered showers around. We get
another day in the 50's. Then a cold
front moves through Tuesday night.
A few flurries early on Wednesday,
then a mix of sun and clouds. A
pleasant day on Thursday with sun
and just a few clouds.

Low pressure will be sliding through the
Ohio Valley on Friday. Out ahead of
this storm we will see rain showers
over us during the day Friday.
The storm is forecast to move off the
east coast by Saturday morning. We
will see rain showers ending with
partly cloudy skies by the afternoon.
High pressure should give us a decent
day for next Sunday with partly cloudy
skies.


 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego