I hope you had a chance to enjoy the sunshine and mild temperatures today. Many areas climbed above 50 degrees this Wednesday afternoon. Big changes in the weather take place over the next few days, with accumulating snow in the forecast on Friday. A winter storm watch is in effect for Central New York, with the potential of significant accumulation in the higher elevations.
This event starts out as rain on Thursday. Rain looks to develop Thursday afternoon, becoming steadier and heavier throughout the day. Temperatures will stay in the 40s throughot the day, but as colder air wraps in, we do expect a changeover to snow Thursday night. Snow first changes to snow in the higher elevations late Thursday evening, before turning to snow early Friday morning in the lower elevations.
Snow is expected on Friday through Friday night, falling heaviest early and late Friday. The wraparound snow is expected to continue into Saturday morning, before ending by Saturday afternoon. Here's the early call on accumulation:
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We do expect a significant warm up to follow on Sunday, with plenty of sunshine.
- Accumulating snow expected Friday
- Accumulating snow returns Monday night
- The first snow accumulation of the season
- Snow and ice expected Friday
- Another round of widespread snow expected Friday
- Winter storm expected Friday...
- Accumulating snowfall and gusty winds Monday
- Snow, snow, snow
- Lake effect snow squalls expected Saturday
- Snow, first subzero temperatures expected this week