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Updated on October 22, 2017 @ 9PM
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Forecast:


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
 High: 73
 High: 68
 High: 58
 High: 54
 High: 61
 High: 57
 High: 51
Low: 60
Low: 49
Low: 41
Low: 39
Low: 48
Low: 44
Low: 40
    Forecast Discussion:

We will be able to squeeze out another dry
and mild day on Monday. Clouds will
thicken during the afternoon. Rain
showers move in Monday night. Even
a thunderstorm possible toward sunrise
on Tuesday. Showers taper off by mid
day on Tuesday. Even a few peaks
of sun and still fairly mild.

Cooler air will start to slide in on
Wednesday. A couple of scattered
showers possible. But most of the
day may end up dry. A morning shower
on Thursday, then partly cloudy and
cool.

Milder air tries to make a run at us
on Friday as winds turn more southerly.
We will see a mix of sun and clouds.
Low pressure is forecast to slide across
southern Canada Friday night into
Saturday. This storm will try to drag
in cooler air over us again. Expect
scattered rain showers around for next
Saturday. Cool next Sunday with morning
rain showers. Even some snow possibly
mixing in over higher elevations.
We may get some sun out later in the
day next Sunday.


 

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Meteorologist
Anthony Corsoniti


Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
from SUNY Oswego