Syracuse- Periods of scattered, light precipitation will be possible this weekend across Central New York. Thankfully, none of the precipitation looks too intense nor should it cause many travel issues.

The weekend will start with a bit warmer than it has been recently as south winds set up across Central New York starting Friday. Mild air will move back into the region on Friday and will persist into Saturday until a cold front moves through later in the afternoon.

Morning temperatures will be above normal with most areas starting Saturday in the upper 30s. Even with widespread clouds and on and off rain showers moving into the region, temperatures should still reach the mid and upper 40s by Saturday afternoon.

A system passing along the southern and eastern Avalon yesterday, brought 5 to 10 cm of snow with it. And some regions, especially along the Southern Shore, saw up to 15 cm by the time the snow moved offshore last night.

Today’s system, set to move in afternoon, will follow a similar path, but according to PAL Airlines and Aerospace Meteorologist Brian Walsh, it may not result in as much snow as originally anticipated.

Walsh says it’s likely that the region will see less than 10 cm with 3-6 cm possible. Winds will pick up though, gusting to 60 km/h after midnight once the snow passes.

Syracuse- Periods of scattered, light precipitation will be possible this weekend across Central New York. Thankfully, none of the precipitation looks too intense nor should it cause many travel issues.

The weekend will start with a bit warmer than it has been recently as south winds set up across Central New York starting Friday. Mild air will move back into the region on Friday and will persist into Saturday until a cold front moves through later in the afternoon.

Morning temperatures will be above normal with most areas starting Saturday in the upper 30s. Even with widespread clouds and on and off rain showers moving into the region, temperatures should still reach the mid and upper 40s by Saturday afternoon.

Syracuse- Periods of scattered, light precipitation will be possible this weekend across Central New York. Thankfully, none of the precipitation looks too intense nor should it cause many travel issues.

The weekend will start with a bit warmer than it has been recently as south winds set up across Central New York starting Friday. Mild air will move back into the region on Friday and will persist into Saturday until a cold front moves through later in the afternoon.

Morning temperatures will be above normal with most areas starting Saturday in the upper 30s. Even with widespread clouds and on and off rain showers moving into the region, temperatures should still reach the mid and upper 40s by Saturday afternoon.

A system passing along the southern and eastern Avalon yesterday, brought 5 to 10 cm of snow with it. And some regions, especially along the Southern Shore, saw up to 15 cm by the time the snow moved offshore last night.

Today’s system, set to move in afternoon, will follow a similar path, but according to PAL Airlines and Aerospace Meteorologist Brian Walsh, it may not result in as much snow as originally anticipated.

Walsh says it’s likely that the region will see less than 10 cm with 3-6 cm possible. Winds will pick up though, gusting to 60 km/h after midnight once the snow passes.

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The city has a 30 percent chance of snow after midnight Tuesday. And if it does snow, forecasters with the National Weather Service expect less than a half of an inch to fall.

According to our news partners at  WVUE Fox 8 News, a minor disturbance is expected to move along the coast Tuesday night and it could spawn a few snow flurries or even a snow shower for the south shore, including metro New Orleans, between midnight Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday.

In addition to the snow chances, New Orleans continues to face frigid weather Tuesday. Hard freeze warnings are in effect for the entire area Tuesday morning and again tonight. Full precautions are needed on both sides of the lake through at least mid-week, Fox 8 said.

Syracuse- Periods of scattered, light precipitation will be possible this weekend across Central New York. Thankfully, none of the precipitation looks too intense nor should it cause many travel issues.

The weekend will start with a bit warmer than it has been recently as south winds set up across Central New York starting Friday. Mild air will move back into the region on Friday and will persist into Saturday until a cold front moves through later in the afternoon.

Morning temperatures will be above normal with most areas starting Saturday in the upper 30s. Even with widespread clouds and on and off rain showers moving into the region, temperatures should still reach the mid and upper 40s by Saturday afternoon.

A system passing along the southern and eastern Avalon yesterday, brought 5 to 10 cm of snow with it. And some regions, especially along the Southern Shore, saw up to 15 cm by the time the snow moved offshore last night.

Today’s system, set to move in afternoon, will follow a similar path, but according to PAL Airlines and Aerospace Meteorologist Brian Walsh, it may not result in as much snow as originally anticipated.

Walsh says it’s likely that the region will see less than 10 cm with 3-6 cm possible. Winds will pick up though, gusting to 60 km/h after midnight once the snow passes.

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