WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - A nice southern wind will warm us into the lower 40s tomorrow.
Don’t get use to the warm up because a strong cold front moves in on Sunday evening and into the overnight. We will see rain during the day on Sunday, but we will start to see that rain transition to snow Sunday evening and overnight Sunday.
Monday should start out dry, but after about 10am things will be going down hill. A strong low pressure will move to our south which will bring wide spread heavy snow across the north country. We are expecting 6″ to 9″ with locally higher amounts in the lower elevations. Higher elevations can expect about a foot or more of snow.
Along with the snow is going to come some very cold air next week. We will struggle to get above the mid 20s for highs and lows getting into the single digits. Wind chills will likely be around 0 during the overnight hours.
A light warm up looks to come at the end of the week with highs getting into the mid 30s.