Thursday, September 18, 2014

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Weather

  • daytime 60/50s
  • evening 50s/40s
  • overnight 30s
  • morning 40s

Your Forecast

  • 09/18/2014 06:32 AM

Breezy and Cool Today

Frosty for Some Tonight?


A backdoor cold front will slip through this morning and produce quite a few clouds and possibly a passing shower/sprinkle or two.  Highs today will only make the low 60s, and probably fall a bit later this afternoon, despite sunshine developing.  Behind the front, a chilly, drier air mass will blow in on a north-northeast wind this afternoon and set us up for a near record cold night tonight that MAY result in frost for some away from the lakes and cities late tonight into the start of Friday.  The record low temperature for Syracuse Friday is 34 set back in 1943.  So if you have tender vegetation/flowers outside you may want to bring them in tonight or cover them up before going to bed tonight, otherwise you may lose, or experience damage to them. 

After the cold start Friday, tons of sun will shine and help push readings back into the low to mid 60s, and a bit of southerly breeze should develop too later in the day on the backside of high pressure. 

The weekend outlook is a much warmer one!  A warm front will scoot through Saturday morning with clouds and maybe a shower or two, and in it's wake a gusty southwest wind will blow, and temperatures will jump into the 70s for both Saturday and Sunday.  Unfortunately, come Sunday afternoon some showers and a few storms will likely move through with a strong cold front and really cool us off once again for late Sunday into the first part of next week, as fall officially arrives Monday evening at 10:29pm.  Highs early next week will likely only be within a few degrees of 60 with a few lake showers possible.

Have a great Thursday!

SUN/MOON

  • SUNRISE6:47 amSUNSET7:09 pm
  • MOONRISE1:31 amMOONSET3:25 pm
  • MOONRISEWaning CrescentWaning Crescent

Current Temps

  • ALB AIRPORT45ºPatches Fog
  • BINGHAMTON45ºFair
  • BRADFORD38ºFog
  • BUFFALO50ºPartly Cloudy
  • DANBURY43ºFog/Mist
  • DANSVILLE46ºFair
  • DUNKIRK51ºFair
  • ELMIRA46ºFog/Mist
  • ERIE49ºFair
  • FORT DRUM49ºOvercast
  • FULTON52ºOvercast
  • GLENS FALLS46ºOvercast
  • GRIFFISS INTL45ºOvercast
  • HANCOCK INTL49ºPatches Fog
  • ITHACA AIRPORT46ºPartly Cloudy
  • JAMESTOWN43ºOvercast
  • MASSENA46ºOvercast
  • MIDDLETOWN40ºFair
  • MONTICELLO41ºFair
  • NEWBURGH45ºClear
  • NIAGARA FALLS46ºFair
  • PENN YAN51ºFair
  • PITTSFIELD39ºFog
  • PLATTSBURGH51ºLight Rain
  • POUGHKEEPSIE43ºFair
  • ROCHESTER47ºFog/Mist
  • SARANAC LAKE48ºOvercast
  • SCRANTON INTL48ºOvercast
  • TORONTO54ºMostly Cloudy
  • WATERTOWN53ºOvercast
  • WELLSVILLE42ºFog
  • WHITE PLAINS51ºFair

National Temps

  • BOSTON, MA57ºA Few CloudsHARTFORD, CT45ºA Few Clouds
  • NEW YORK CITY57ºFairPHILADELPHIA57ºMostly Cloudy
  • WASHINGTON, DC64ºOvercast

Interactive Radar

Here is an interesting website for those of you that take rainfall and snowfall measurements, or would like to, cocorahs.org. The Northeast Regional Climate Center is looking for volunteers.

Weather

  • daytime 50s
  • evening 50s/40s
  • overnight 30s/20s
  • morning 30s/40s

Your Forecast

  • 09/18/2014 06:21 AM

FREEZE WARNING FROM 3AM - 9AM FRIDAY FOR MUCH OF NORTHERN NY

A backdoor cold front is slipping through this morning and has brought a bunch of clouds and a few spotty showers, but drier air will quickly move back in and result in a good deal of sun developing for the midday and afternoon hours today.  Highs, despite the sun though, will only make the mid to upper 50s and probably fall a bit during the afternoon with a brisk wind to boot.  A strengthening area of high pressure will build in out of Southeastern Canada later today and tonight and set the stage for a killing freeze for much of the region late tonight through the first part of Friday morning.  The areas that will likely escape the killer freeze late tonight and early Friday will be areas along and near Lake Ontario.  So if you have tender vegetation/flowers outside that you want to keep a little while longer you will need to bring them in before going to bed tonight or cover them up, otherwise you will likely lose them.  Lows late tonight and early Friday will drop into the 20s in the Adirondacks and low to mid 30s elsewhere, with the warmest readings right near Lake Ontario. 

After the cold, frosty start Friday, tons of sun will shine and help push readings back into the upper 50s and low 60s, and a bit of southerly breeze should develop too later in the day on the backside of high pressure. 

The weekend outlook is a much warmer one!  A warm front will scoot through Saturday with clouds and maybe a couple of showers, and in it's wake a gusty southwest wind will blow, and temperatures will jump into the low to perhaps mid 70s for both Saturday and Sunday.  Unfortunately, come Sunday afternoon some showers and a few storms will likely move through with a strong cold front and really cool us off once again for late Sunday into the first part of next week, just in time for the official arrival of fall Monday evening at 10:29pm.  Highs early next week will likely only be in the 50s with a few showers possible.

Have a great Thursday!

SUN/MOON

  • SUNRISE6:46 amSUNSET7:08 pm
  • MOONRISE1:28 amMOONSET3:27 pm
  • MOONRISEWaning CrescentWaning Crescent

Current Temps

  • ALB AIRPORT45ºPatches Fog
  • BINGHAMTON45ºFair
  • BRADFORD38ºFog
  • BUFFALO50ºPartly Cloudy
  • DANBURY43ºFog/Mist
  • DANSVILLE46ºFair
  • DUNKIRK51ºFair
  • ELMIRA46ºFog/Mist
  • ERIE49ºFair
  • FORT DRUM49ºOvercast
  • FULTON52ºOvercast
  • GLENS FALLS46ºOvercast
  • GRIFFISS INTL45ºOvercast
  • HANCOCK INTL49ºPatches Fog
  • ITHACA AIRPORT46ºPartly Cloudy
  • JAMESTOWN43ºOvercast
  • MASSENA46ºOvercast
  • MIDDLETOWN40ºFair
  • MONTICELLO41ºFair
  • NEWBURGH45ºClear
  • NIAGARA FALLS46ºFair
  • PENN YAN51ºFair
  • PITTSFIELD39ºFog
  • PLATTSBURGH51ºLight Rain
  • POUGHKEEPSIE43ºFair
  • ROCHESTER47ºFog/Mist
  • SARANAC LAKE48ºOvercast
  • SCRANTON INTL48ºOvercast
  • TORONTO54ºMostly Cloudy
  • WATERTOWN53ºOvercast
  • WELLSVILLE42ºFog
  • WHITE PLAINS51ºFair

National Temps

  • BOSTON, MA57ºA Few CloudsHARTFORD, CT45ºA Few Clouds
  • NEW YORK CITY57ºFairPHILADELPHIA57ºMostly Cloudy
  • WASHINGTON, DC64ºOvercast

Interactive Radar

Here is an interesting website for those of you that take rainfall and snowfall measurements, or would like to, cocorahs.org. The Northeast Regional Climate Center is looking for volunteers.

Weather

  • daytime 60s/50s
  • evening 50s
  • overnight 40/30s
  • morning 30s/40s

Your Forecast

  • 09/18/2014 06:31 AM

Breezy and Cool Today

Frosty for Some Tonight?


A backdoor cold front will slip through during the later morning/early afternoon hours and produce quite a few clouds and possibly a passing shower/sprinkle or two.  Highs today will only make the low to mid 60s, and probably fall a bit later this afternoon, despite more sunshine developing to end the day.  Behind the front, a chilly, drier air mass will blow in on a north-northeast wind this afternoon and likely set us up for the coldest night of the season thus far tonight, which MAY result in frost for some away from the lakes and cities late tonight into the start of Friday.  By the way, the record low for Binghamton Friday is 35 degrees set back in 1959.  So if you have tender vegetation/flowers outside you may want to bring them in tonight or cover them up before going to bed tonight, otherwise you may lose, or experience damage to them. 

After the cold start Friday, tons of sun will shine and help push readings back into the low to mid 60s, and a bit of southerly breeze should develop too later in the day on the backside of high pressure. 

The weekend outlook is a much warmer one!  A warm front will scoot through Saturday morning with clouds and maybe a shower or two, and in it's wake a gusty southwest wind will blow, and temperatures will jump into the 70s for both Saturday and Sunday.  Unfortunately, come Sunday afternoon some showers and a few storms will likely move through with a strong cold front and really cool us off once again for late Sunday into the first part of next week, as fall officially arrives Monday evening at 10:29pm.  Highs early next week will likely only be within a few degrees of 60 with a few lake showers possible.

Have a great Thursday!

SUN/MOON

  • SUNRISE6:47 amSUNSET7:08 pm
  • MOONRISE1:33 amMOONSET3:22 pm
  • MOONRISEWaning CrescentWaning Crescent

Current Temps

  • ALB AIRPORT45ºPatches Fog
  • BINGHAMTON45ºFair
  • BRADFORD38ºFog
  • BUFFALO50ºPartly Cloudy
  • DANBURY43ºFog/Mist
  • DANSVILLE46ºFair
  • DUNKIRK51ºFair
  • ELMIRA46ºFog/Mist
  • ERIE49ºFair
  • FORT DRUM49ºOvercast
  • FULTON52ºOvercast
  • GLENS FALLS46ºOvercast
  • GRIFFISS INTL45ºOvercast
  • HANCOCK INTL49ºPatches Fog
  • ITHACA AIRPORT46ºPartly Cloudy
  • JAMESTOWN43ºOvercast
  • MASSENA46ºOvercast
  • MIDDLETOWN40ºFair
  • MONTICELLO41ºFair
  • NEWBURGH45ºClear
  • NIAGARA FALLS46ºFair
  • PENN YAN51ºFair
  • PITTSFIELD39ºFog
  • PLATTSBURGH51ºLight Rain
  • POUGHKEEPSIE43ºFair
  • ROCHESTER47ºFog/Mist
  • SARANAC LAKE48ºOvercast
  • SCRANTON INTL48ºOvercast
  • TORONTO54ºMostly Cloudy
  • WATERTOWN53ºOvercast
  • WELLSVILLE42ºFog
  • WHITE PLAINS51ºFair

National Temps

  • BOSTON, MA57ºA Few CloudsHARTFORD, CT45ºA Few Clouds
  • NEW YORK CITY57ºFairPHILADELPHIA57ºMostly Cloudy
  • WASHINGTON, DC64ºOvercast

Interactive Radar

Here is an interesting website for those of you that take rainfall and snowfall measurements, or would like to, cocorahs.org. The Northeast Regional Climate Center is looking for volunteers.


Here is an interesting website for those of you that take rainfall and snowfall measurements, or would like to, cocorahs.org. The Northeast Regional Climate Center is looking for volunteers.

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