A weak cold front passing through central New York is creating some showers around the area, mainly in the form of snow. For the most part, this is just light flurries. We’re not expecting any accumulation other than a coating on grassy areas.
High pressure will start to edge in from the west tonight, causing showers to fall apart and skies to clear. We’re looking at a cold overnight with lows near the record 24° set back in 1981. However, the clear skies will be helpful in bringing the thermometer back on the rise as we head into the daytime hours on Sunday. Expect a good amount of sunshine and highs near 50° to finish off the weekend.
Winds will be much less blustery as we head into the work week with high pressure still in control. Expect more sunshine and highs near 60 for Monday! In fact, the first couple days of the work week will be rather quiet. It’s not until Wednesday that our next weather maker approaches. We’ll be watching a cold front to our west, which is forecast to bring rain showers on Wednesday and drop the temperatures back into the low 50s come Thursday. High pressure makes a comeback for the start of the weekend though, and we’ll turn pleasantly quiet once more.