persist across central New York this morning as southerly winds have
begun to create a thin altostratus layer across the area. Temperatures
should get into the upper 50's today via the southerly winds, despite
the cloud cover. High pressure will slowly move out of the region and
the next disturbance will move into the area overnight tonight. This
will bring cloudy skies, with perhaps a rain or snow shower overnight
tonight; expecting tonight to remain dry though.
Saturday sees quite similar
weather to yesterday, with a cold start but mostly sunny skies helping
it to feel a bit warmer. Conditions remain clear and sunny on Sunday,
with temperatures reaching into the 60's. Saturday and Sunday night
will be cool but will remain mostly clear, optimal times to view
the Lyrids meteor shower, despite the cool conditions.
Monday we see cloud cover
return as the next system approaches. Tuesday will see a chance
of rain, perhaps another line of heavy rain associated with a cold
front. After Tuesday, things clear out and we return to clear
skies and seasonable weather (perhaps slightly above average) with
temperatures in the upper 50's and lower 60's.
Last updated by David Loveless on
at 10:15 am