Clouds will be on the increase this afternoon ahead of the next cold front. Winds will be breezy around 10-20 miles per hour, with occasional gusts near 25 miles per hour, so wind chills will fall into the 30s from time to time. So Saturday and Sunday will feature more sunshine and comfortable afternoon temperatures for this time of the year.
We'll continue our stretch of above average days through early next week before colder air is expected to settle in by Wednesday.
Monday: Mostly sunny. High: Mid-upper 40s.
A few bands of lake effect snow showers or rain showers will hang tight through the first half of the day Friday near or just south of Syracuse.
Temperatures are milder, but not too cold. Highs will even warm back up into the lower 50s Saturday and Sunday.
We stay dry heading into the weekend.
Today will be a much better day with skies clearing throughout the day. Rain chances remain at 40% with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. No more bright sunshine - clouds will clearly win the sky.
"The driest November since 1965 keeps rolling along in the dust; the monthly rainfall deficit hit a whopping -3.70" Tuesday, but there is at least a little rain in sight! Highs will drop from the upper 50s on Tuesday to the mid 40s on Wednesday! Temperatures will also be much cooler.
We will keep some clouds around for Friday before we clear majority out by Saturday as high pressure returns and temperatures warm through the weekend.