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Updated on February 25, 2017 @ 7PM
Forecasts and stats for Fulton, NY

2016-2017 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 127.6"   Syracuse: 103.4"
through Feb. 18th

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 High: 36
 High: 45
 High: 48
 High: 55
 High: 38
 High: 30
 High: 31
Low: 28
Low: 31
Low: 38
Low: 37
Low: 21
Low: 15
Low: 19
    Forecast Discussion:

Scattered rain changes over to snow showers
Saturday night. Lake effect snow showers
developing overnight. The lake effect will
last through Sunday morning with brisk winds.
During the afternoon we should see an
increase in sunshine. Most of the lake effect
snow will be over southern Oswego and
northern Onondaga and Cayuga counties.
These areas will see 1 - 3" of accumulation.
Everyone else sees a trace to 1".

High pressure will give us a quiet day on
Monday with a mix of sun and clouds.
Our temperatures will moderate as well.
Temperatures above average on Tuesday
with afternoon rain showers around.
Wednesday will be mild with clouds and
rain showers likely throughout much of the

A storm will be lifting to our north Wednesday
night. Colder air will push in behind the storm
with rain changing over to snow Thursday
morning. Scattered snow showers around
during the day Thursday. A few flurries and
cold on Friday. Partly cloudy skies and cold
for next Saturday.

It looks like we will see typical March weather
coming up through the middle of the month.
We will see a cool shot with a few snow
showers then followed by milder weather.
But not expecting 60's or near 70 any time
soon again.


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego