If you look hard enough, you may be able to see the Northern Lights tonight...
Beautiful weather in Central New York looks to continue...
Now that the weather has calmed down over Central NY, all eyes turn to the weekend and the latest with Hurricane Joaquin (pronouced wah-KEEN).
Local rainfall totals and an early look at Joaquin
A weather system will bring heavy rain to the region Tuesday and Tuesday night...
The ridge is going to slowly break down, starting on Sunday night with the chance for some showers. Hopefully Mother Nature can work with us and keep the cloud cover and rain away until after Midnight. On Sunday, there is going to be a rare sighting in the sky, and no, not UFOs. A Supermoon Lunar Eclipse will occur and it is set up so North America will be able to view it.
September is turning out to be warm and dry - and that trend looks to continue.
Warm, sunny weather is the norm this month!
t is hard to believe that a week ago we were talking about 90 degree weather and the past couple of days we have been stuck in the 60s. Yesterday's high was only 63°, compared to last Sunday, when it was 89°. For those who have been hoping for Fall weather, here it is. For those who are wishing back Summer, you are in luck.
Rain is expected this weekend and a recap of a great sunset!