An upper level disturbance has created quite an active weekend for the center of the country, bringing flooding rains and even some severe weather. Now that system is moving towards central New York, although it won’t cause nearly as much havoc. We’re looking at scattered rain showers through the overnight, remaining on and off through Monday.
Expect Monday’s temperatures to be actually quite seasonable. Highs will make it into the low and mid 60s despite the showers and cloud cover. A breeze out of the south/southeast will make it feel a touch cooler with winds at 10-25mph.
After a few leftover rain showers on Tuesday, mainly east of Syracuse, that disturbance will move out of our area and allow for high pressure to build back in. For the remainder of the work week, we’re looking at a blocking pattern setting up with a low pressure system well off the East Coast, high pressure over the Northeast, and a cutoff low dipping down over the center of the country. Models have been in good agreement that the low pressure to our west will likely stay well out of our reach. Enough moisture should wrap around the coastal low in order to bring in a few clouds, but we’re not looking at much in the way of rain anytime in the mid range forecast.