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Updated on December 15, 2017 @ 11AM
Forecasts and stats for Fulton, NY


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2017-2018 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 34.1"   Syracuse: 22.1"
through December 14th


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Forecast:


Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
 High: 27
 High: 29
 High: 37
 High: 40
 High: 33
 High: 29
 High: 43
Low: 11
Low: 25
Low: 32
Low: 30
Low: 23
Low: 31
Low: 29
    Forecast Discussion:

We turn our attention Friday night to
a low pressure system moving by to
our north across southern Canada. Once
this storm pushes east, our winds will
turn back to the west and we will see
lake effect snow redevelop east of the
lake. The heaviest snow will fall near
the Tug Hill and around the Oswego/
Jefferson county line. The lake effect
band will be in this area until Saturday
morning. 6 - 12" is likely, with some
places possibly picking up 16-18" of snow.
Winds will turn northwesterly Saturday
morning. So the band will drift south
into southern Oswego county by around
8 or 9am. And then the band pushes further
south toward Syracuse, where it will weaken
and fall apart during the afternoon.

High pressure will move in for Sunday.
We will be quiet and cool. A couple of
peaks of sun are possible, but it is going
to remain mostly cloudy all day Sunday.
A cloudy and milder day on Monday with
a few scattered rain and or snow showers
possible. We will have another day on
Tuesday to thaw out a bit with mild
temperatures and a chance of some rain
showers.

A cold front swings through later Tuesday
or Tuesday night. Colder next Wednesday
with some lake effect snow around.
A couple of snow showers possible for
next Thursday, otherwise cloudy skies.
Our winds turn into the south next Friday.
We will see mild air make another push
at us with temperatures in the 40's and
a few scattered rain showers.

Next weekend is Christmas weekend. And it
looks like our temperatures will drop back
down into the 20's and 30's and should
remain that way into Christmas Day.


 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego