Scattered rain showers linger today with blustery winds into the afternoon and evening. Rain gradually changes to snow with some light accumulations overnight. Most of Saturday will be dry before a few rain showers move in during the evening.
The NWS has issued a high-wind watch after a beautiful record-breaking day across Central New York.
Expect stormy conditions with strong gusty winds and a few isolated and severe thunderstorms, especially northeast of NYS Thruway.
We need to make it through one more cold and blustery weekend before the warming trend begins on Monday, bringing us much warmer weather by midweek. We could see temperatures in the mid- 50's to low 60's.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Northern Oneida County. Lake effect snow is expected to develop tonight and continue through Friday. Generally, 2-4 inches of snow is expected through Friday.