Central New York: 10s/20s early. Temperatures rising through the 20s overnight.
North Country: 10s/20s early. Temperatures rising through the 20s overnight.
Southern Tier: 10s/20s early. Temperatures rising through the 20s overnight.
Early Wednesday morning, snow will continue, but as temperatures rise many areas could see a glazing of ice as snow quickly changes to sleet, and then freezing rain late morning. Watch for slick walkways and travel. Temperatures continue to climb through Wednesday, bringing a change over to periodic rain for the rest of the day. Rain will be light to moderate.
Central New York: Temperatures rise through the 30s into the 40s.
North Country: Temperatures rise through the 30s, with some spots into the 40s.
Southern Tier: Temperatures rise through the 30s into the 40s.
Temperatures are mild in the 40s overnight Wednesday into Thursday. Between rain and snowmelt, some localized flooding can’t be ruled out.
Thursday morning, a cold front passes through, and rain changes to snow. After quickly drying out, some areas east and southeast of Lake Ontario could find light lake effect snow. Highs in the 30s/near 40 early with temperatures dropping throughout the day.
Friday, skies will be cloudy with some areas north of the throughway getting light lake effect snow. Highs in the 20s.
Turns colder Saturday after another passing cold front, bringing some scattered snow showers, and highs in the 10s. Could see some more isolated snow showers Sunday as well. Temperatures recover a bit into the 20s/30s towards the beginning of next week, but we’re eyeing the potentially for another blast of cold air to end the month.