SYRACUSE, NY (WSYR-TV) –
A few showers will linger east of Lake Ontario in the middle of the evening, otherwise much of CNY will be dry most of this evening as temperatures rise.
A developing storm system moving just north and west of CNY on Sunday evening will usher in milder air with a southerly breeze.
Any frigid / snow mix north of Watertown to start the night will also change to rain late this evening as temperatures soar into the 40s overnight. Most of the precipitation, in the form of rain, falls after 9-10 this evening.
Winds will quickly return to the west on Monday after passing a cold front before sunrise Monday morning. Widespread rain will subside to a few showers of rain and flurries at sunrise on Monday. No snowfall is expected Monday morning.
Wake-up temperatures will be around 30 to 40. It will be windy so it will look more like the low 20s to 30s!
Although there is a lot of dry weather on Monday, we are stuck with clouds and cool temperatures and a few scattered rain and snow showers. Temperatures will fluctuate within 40 degrees throughout the day and wind chills will stay near 30.
More rains and lake-like snow showers are recurring Monday evening, after sunset, to the east and southeast of Lake Ontario. Mostly flurries / lake effect flurries will continue overnight and through Tuesday morning. There might be a light one-inch layer in places by Tuesday morning. The troughs will be close to 30.