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Updated on November 18, 2017 @ 8AM
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 High: 47
 High: 41
 High: 37
 High: 47
 High: 40
 High: 41
 High: 43
Low: 41
Low: 24
Low: 30
Low: 34
Low: 27
Low: 25
Low: 31
    Forecast Discussion:

Clouds will be thickening Saturday morning.
Rain showers will move in here around
9am. We will see some steady rain until
around noon. Then just a few scattered
showers or sprinkles around. Another
batch of steady and heavier rain will
move in after 6PM Saturday evening.
From Syracuse and points south will see
wind gusts near 40mph once this batch
of rain moves in.

Rain will be with us into Sunday morning
as the storm moves right over Central
NY. Around 8am we will see a mix with
snow showers. Scattered snow showers
will be with us into the afternoon and
we will see cold gusty winds all day.
With our temperatures in the mid to
upper 30's, the pavement should remain
mainly wet in many areas. But the
snow will start sticking to the grass
and other cooler surfaces.

After sunset Sunday evening we will then
see some lake effect snow showers setting
up. There will be some lake effect
east of the lake. But the most concentrated
bands Sunday night is forecasted to be
over Wayne, Cayuga, Onondaga, Madison,
and southern Oswego counties. The band
looks to be the strongest near sunrise
Monday morning. The band will shift
to the north by mid day on Monday. So
Sunday night through mid day on Monday
expect 6 - 8" in this band. Then a
few inches possible over the Tug Hill
area on Monday.

Tuesday will be a decent day with a mix
of sun and clouds. A cold front will
be coming through Tuesday night or early
Wednesday morning. A few snow showers
possible with this front. Then we will
have a chance of some light lake effect
snow showers during the day Wednesday.
Still a chance of some lake effect flurries
or snow showers Wednesday night into
early Thanksgiving morning on Thursday.
High pressure will move in during the
day on Thanksgiving so we will see a
return to some sun with seasonable


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Anthony Corsoniti

Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego