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Updated on February 13, 2016 @ 9PM
Forecasts and stats for Fulton, NY

2015-2016 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 79.0"   Syracuse: 55.9"
through February 12th

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 High: 8
 High: 29
 High: 38
 High: 32
 High: 25
 High: 39
 High: 39
Low: -1
Low: 28
Low: 28
Low: 20
Low: 15
Low: 33
Low: 28
    Forecast Discussion:

A few lake effect snow showers right along
the Lake Ontario shoreline Sunday morning.
Then all of us will see sun and clouds.
Temperatures will still be frigid. But
there will be less wind.

Morning sun on Monday and another cold
start to the day. But our temperatures will
moderate. Clouds increasing with some
scattered afternoon snow showers.
A storm is forecast to track along the southern
U.S. Monday night. This storm should
slide up the east coast during the day
Tuesday. Right now it looks like we do
see snow showers by mid day Tuesday.
Some mixture to sleet is possible.

As Tuesday's storm lifts to our northeast
on Wednesday, we should see some lake
effect snow showers developing.
Morning snow showers next Thursday.
Some afternoon sun possible.

A storm approaches from the midwest
on Friday. We should warm enough to
see mixed precipitation change to rain.
Cloudy next Saturday with rain showers.
We stay rather seasonable into the
start of next week.


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego