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Published: Mon, May 22, 2017
National | By Glenda Ortiz

Showers and storms continue into work week

Showers and storms continue into work week

Highs will be warmer in the upper 70s to around 80° but certainly could be cooler if there's more rain that keeps temperatures cooler.

Cloudy skies start off the work week, with a little bit of rain around the area today. Temperatures will remain in the 60s with a southerly breeze at 10-15 miles per hour. Highs will be in the low-70s both days.

The latest forecast maps, have a cold front in the Tennessee and Mid-Mississippi Valley's slowly progressing east and not arriving until late Monday.

Today look for scattered showers and few thunderstorms throughout the day with highs near 79 degrees and winds out of the north around 5 miles per hour.

Showers and storms continue into work week

On Tuesday, we're tracking an area of low pressure that could bring us heavy rain at times.

As a result, Central New York will go from cloudy with a few showers this morning to some sun before the day is done. Temperatures once again will be in the 60s. Periods of rain are likely on Thursday with lingering showers continuing into Friday. The weather may dry out and warm up just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. Some instability from a trough swinging through could trigger a few showers in the afternoon but most should remain north & west of our area.

Sunday and Monday should be rain-free as sunshine returns and temperatures trend back toward typical late-May levels in the lower 70s. Friday may be the driest day with Saturday not looking too bad either.

It will be partly sunny on Saturday and partly sunny with a slight chance of rain on Sunday.

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