Ice Storm Forecast: From Now Until Christmas

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The worst of the ice storm appears to have passed Sunday morning, though we will continue to get freezing drizzle and rain for the rest of the day, according to 7 News meteorlogist Joe LaPlante.

Joe is forecasting a high of 32 for the Watertown area.

Further north, in St. Lawrence County, he expects a high of 31 degres in the southern part of the county and a high of 29 in Massena.

Lewis County should also see a high of 34, Joe forecasts.

That said, the National Weather Service's ice storm warning continues for the Watertown area and for St. Lawrence County, though it expires earlier, at 7 p.m., in St. Lawrence County.

Southern Jefferson County, say, from Adams south, could see a high of 36-37 degrees, according to Joe.

On Monday, the forecast calls for scattered snow showers and a high of 28 degrees.

There will be a mix of sun and clouds on Tuesday and Christmas Day with temperatures in the teens.

 

Monday, November 24, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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