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Updated on April 30, 2016 @ 9PM
Forecasts and stats for Fulton, NY


2015-2016 Seasonal Snowfall Total
Fulton: 106.2"   Syracuse: 80.5"
through April 8th

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Forecast:

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 High: 52
 High: 55
 High: 62
 High: 63
 High: 61
 High: 61
 High: 62
Low: 43
Low: 40
Low: 43
Low: 44
Low: 44
Low: 46
Low: 47
    Forecast Discussion:

The weather pattern that we are into right now
and for the next couple weaks is a bit tricky. So
forecasts out past 3 days could change more
than usual from day to day.

Showers will move in Sunday night as storm
over the midwest moves closer to us.
Expect showers throughout the day on
Sunday. Showers should tend to be lighter
and more scattered during the afternoon.

Still cool on Monday with some scattered
showers. Some improvement during the
afternoon with showers more intermittent.
Even peaks of sun are possible. High
pressure moves in on Tuesday. We will
see a mix of sun and clouds and more
seasonable temperatures.

Low pressure is forecast to drop south out
of Canada on Wednesday. We will see
more clouds around with scattered showers.
This surface low will be associated with low
pressure in the upper atmosphere. This
upper low is forecast to be cut off from the
main jet stream. So low pressure will be
spinning rather stationary into Thursday
and Friday with scattered showers likely.

During next weekend, the upper low is
slowly forecast to pull out into the Atlantic
Ocean. But I have to keep some showers
in the forecast for both Saturday and Sunday.

With these slow moving storm systems it
is hard to give specifics on timing of any
showers or sunshine for each day. So expect
the forecast for the end of the week and next
weekend to change as we get closer.

 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego