Here we go again! Another round of cold and snow has arrived in Central New York thanks to a strong cold front. Many of us, especially in the higher elecations, saw some accumulating snow today. The snow didn't "pile up" though.
The weather remains very cold for April standards heading into tonight, tomorrow, and tomorrow night. Scattered snow showers look to linger in our area overnight into Wednesday. Some accumulation is possible, especially south of the Mohawk Valley.
A large pool of cold air sits over the Northeast on Wednesday. High temperatures locally are expected to only reach the upper 30s, which is about 20 degrees below average. Our forecasted high of 38 is only 1 degree shy of the record lowest high temperature that occurred for that date back in 2002. We'll be near record cold tomorrow night, with temperatures in the low 20s.
The really cold weather doesn't stick around. We're expecting temperatures to climb back into the 40s on Thursday and into the 50s on Friday. Saturday looks like a nice spring day in CNY, with sunshine and highs in the mid 50s.