High pressure keeps Central New York weather quiet

High pressure keeps Central New York weather quiet


High pressure keeps Central New York weather quiet

Syracuse- The weather across Central New York will continue to be mostly inactive, with high pressure in control most of the week.

High pressure is centered right over Central New York on Monday morning. This has led to a chilly morning, with temperatures starting the week off mostly in the 20s.

Throughout the day, this high pressure will start to push to the south, setting up a very light wind from the south-southwest. Combined with bright, sunny skies, this should help temperatures warm all the way into the mid 50s this afternoon.

Southwest winds will become more established Monday night into Tuesday. Temperatures will not get as cold Monday night as a result, even though skies will remain mostly clear.

A weak front will bring a few scattered showers to Central New York on Wednesday. 

Expect temperatures in the upper 30s Tuesday morning, warming to the low 60s Tuesday afternoon. Clouds will increase through the day, but no rain is expected.

A cold front will slide through Central New York between high pressure systems on Wednesday. This front will spread a few scattered showers through the area after midnight Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.

None of the rain looks to be heavy, with most of the area seeing about a quarter inch of precipitation at most.

Temperatures will hold steady in the upper 40s Wednesday from the morning through the afternoon. Temperatures will fall back into the upper 30s for Thursday morning.

Skies will gradually turn sunny on Thursday. The front Wednesday will not have much cold air behind it, so temperatures should warm back into the low 50s Thursday afternoon, which is reasonably close to normal.

Another system may push through on Friday with a few more scattered showers and a shot of cold air for the weekend.

Source: Syracuse Post Standard
High pressure keeps Central New York weather quiet

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