The Finger Lakes will enjoy a nice day on Friday as south winds and ample sunshine help temperatures rise. An area of high pressure extends from the Mid-Atlantic to the Gulf Coast while the nearest low pressure system is located north of Minnesota. A broad area of south winds exists between these systems which includes the Finger Lakes region. As a result, skies are sunny and should remain so throughout the day. The wind will be steady, but not too strong, with top gusts between 20-25 mph.
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.
A cold front pushed through the Finger Lakes during the pre-dawn hours Wednesday, bringing an end to the one-day warm-up we experienced on Tuesday. Along this front, rain and snow showers are exiting the region this morning. By the mid-morning hours, the precipitation from the front should be well east of the Finger Lakes. As the rain changes to snow on the back side of the front, only a brief period of generally light snow should be expected.
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