The end of March is behaving like it typically does, with big changes in the weather. The last cold front brought a few inches of snow to the higher elevations. Windy, cold weather will be replaced by much warmer weather on Tuesday. Temperatures will climb into the mid 60s. This is a 25 degree rise in temperature compared to highs on Monday. Plenty of sunshine is expected, too.
Clear skies tonight and tomorrow will serve for perfect conditions to watch the International Space Station. Here are the local flyby times for Monday and Tuesday evenings:
A cold front approaches the area Wednesday, producing rainfall across the area. Much colder weather arrives in the wake of the cold front, changing rain to snow. We're expecting snowfall accumulation across all of Central New York on Wednesday night and early Thursday.
It will feel like winter on Thursday, with widespread snow showers, wind, and highs only in the low 30s. Cold again on Friday, but dry and sunny. The weather does look to warm up as we head into Easter Weekend, with highs back in the 50s by Sunday!