The NWS says, "These very dry and windy conditions will pose an elevated risk for wildfire spread today across all of Central NY."
Affected areas include the following counties:
The NWS reminds residents that the annual statewide burn ban remains in effect until May 14, 2022. No burn permits are issued at this time.
Sunny skies are forecast with a projected high near 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Areas of frost are expected after 1:00am. Otherwise, skies will be mostly clear, with a low around 34.
Sunny skies are expected on Sunday, with a high near 69 degrees.
Showers are likely Sunday night with mostly cloudy skies and a low temperature around 47 degrees.
There is a 70% chance of precipitation with showers likely. The forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies and a high near 61 degrees.
There is a chance of showers with mostly cloudy skies and a low temperature around 47 degrees.
[AUTHOR'S NOTE: This post is for informational purposes and is based largely on information received from the National Weather Service.]
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