September 25, 2016 05:45 PM
Expect another night of 3C weather- Clear skies, Calm winds and Cold temperatures. FROST ADVISORIES are in effected for all of the WNYT viewing area, EXCEPT for Northern Herkimer, Northern Warren and all of Hamilton counties where a FREEZE WARNING is posted. In the frost advisory expect early Monday morning temps to drop to between 32-38, while the freeze waning area will experience lows in the 28-32 range.
After the frost start Monday will start off with sunshine but skies cloud up as a frontal system approaches from the west. this front will cause some scattered showers to develop during Monday night into the morning hours of Tuesday. By Tuesday afternoon it will be to our east with the showers ending and the sun returning. Monday's highs will be in the mid and upper 60s and on Tuesday they will be within a couple of degrees (either side) of 70. And Monday night won't be as cold as the past two nights were; lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s, thanks to the cloud cover and showers.
Wednesday looks to be a fine day with highs in the low 70s along with sunshine and dry weather. After Wednesday the weather outlook is a more "muddled" one. Low pressure is expected to develop and linger over the Northeast States by Late Thursday through Saturday. Depending on how this system evolves and moves we could be looking at a few days of cloudy and cool weather along with some much needed rainfall, especially during Friday through Saturday.
Have a great week!
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