Wet roads and areas of light fog Friday night will continue into early Saturday morning. Overnight low
temperatures reaching the lower 30s. Saturday afternoon, we will have mostly cloudy skies with highs
approaching 40 degrees. Temperatures dip into the lower 30s by Saturday evening. Overnight, clouds stick
around with lows reaching the upper 20s.
Sunday, we start the morning dry with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures around 30 degrees. By the
afternoon, a warm front approaches with warm and humid air. This means our high temperatures will reach the
lower 40s with rain showers late in the afternoon. The rain will be widespread and steady into Sunday
evening, with temperatures in the upper 30s. Overnight into Monday morning, a few pockets of cooler air
aloft could produce some sleet and freezing rain in higher elevations. There is the possibility for some icy
roads and hazardous driving conditions. The greatest chance of this will be in the Southern Tug Hill
Plateau, Adirondacks, and the higher elevations of Otsego County.
Monday afternoon, any icy roads should melt as temperatures rise well above freezing in the upper 40s.
Widespread rain showers continue throughout the day. Be careful driving as the rain will be moderate at
times with lower visibility and some pooling on the roads.