Any showers and storms across central New York and the Southern Tier will taper off overnight.

What You Need To Know

  • Conditions remain muggy this weekend

  • Saturday is looking partly sunny and mainly dry

  • We will enjoy some more sun on Sunday as temperatures warm up 

Low temperatures tonight will be in the 50s and low 60s, slightly warmer than the past couple of nights.

The weekend is overall looking mainly dry. A spotty shower or storm is possible on Saturday. Otherwise, we will partly sunny skies with highs ranging from the upper 70s to mid 80s.

Sunday will also be a beautiful day with temperatures turning a little bit warmer.

An upward trend in temperature will continue into next week, with highs approaching 90 by Monday.

The work week will start off on a dry note, but shower and thunderstorm chances will increase for Tuesday.



Warmest Summer On Record?

We have already either tied or broken a few warm weather records this summer, but could we be in the middle of the warmest summer in Syracuse's recorded history?

The average temperature this summer, when considering all of the highs and lows, is 73.4 degrees. This currently puts us in third place on the list of warmest summers here.

How warm does our average need to be by the end of this month to break the record? The current record for the warmest summer is 73.7 degrees, so we are close!