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Updated on October 29, 2014 @ 9AM
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 High: 56
 High: 50
 High: 49
 High: 44
 High: 43
 High: 55
 High: 58
Low: 39
Low: 35
Low: 39
Low: 28
Low: 29
Low: 38
Low: 41
    Forecast Discussion:

Clouds mixing with some sun on
Wednesday. By late afternoon there
will be a few scattered lake effect
rain showers off of Lake Erie.

Expect lake effect rain showers
Wednesday night. First east of the
lake and then we see the lake effect
rain push down toward Syracuse
overnight. Some more scattered
lake effect rain showers Thursday,
especially in the morning.

A storm system slides down to our
south and west on Friday. Most
precipitation will stay to our west
with snow showers mixing in. We
will just see some scattered rain
showers toward the evening.

The storm moves to the east coast
and reforms and strengthens along
the coast on Saturday. A few flurries
or sprinkles around here for Saturday.
The best chance of accumulating snow
will be over West Virginia.

The storm moves out to sea on Sunday.
High pressure moves in with a mix of
sun and clouds and cool temperatures.
Pleasantly cool on Monday with sun and
a few clouds. Milder on Tuesday with
partly cloudy skies. Chance of a late day
rain shower.

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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego