Showers end this evening, dry much of Tuesday: Dave Longley and Jim Teske's Forecast

New rain/wet snow moves in Tuesday night

SYRACUSE (WSYR-TV) - -Some breaks in the clouds Monday night/Tuesday morning.
-Light rain/snow arrives late Tuesday
-Arctic cold front arrives Thursday; much colder for the end of this week

Gray skies should break a bit late tonight, with enough clearing to allow temperatures tonight to drop into the 20s.

Take care as anything wet (from melted snow) will become icy Monday night and early Tuesday.

High pressure will provide quiet weather for most of Tuesday, with morning sunny breaks giving way to cloudy skies.  Temperatures will be in the 40s Tuesday with light southeast winds.

Tuesday night into Wednesday another storm will head our way from the south.

This one has a bit less moisture and is travelling farther south than the storm we had Sunday night and Monday morning.

This means that the majority of the very light snowfall happens early Tuesday night, which means a minimal impact on the Wednesday morning commute.

Much of Wednesday ends up dry.

Arctic cold front is scheduled to arrive Thursday.  It will be accompanied by snow and falling temperatures later Thursday.

High temperatures in the 20s are forecast for all of CNY Friday and Saturday.  As of early Monday night, it looks like the areas that could see the most significant snowfall Thursday night and Friday will be east of Lake Ontario.  The Tug Hill Plateau seems to be most favored.

Lighter snowfall will occur elsewhere in central New York.


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