|While we warm up, cold dominates rest of the country (12-3-13)
(6:00 pm Tuesday December 3rd) While central New York warms up over the next few days it will be cold and snow that make headlines across many other parts of the country.
|Looking back at November 2013....(12-1-13)
(9:00 am Sunday December 1st) Now that November 2013 is over, it is time to look back at the weather numbers for Syracuse plus a look at the arrival of some arctic air in parts of the West this week.
|Latest on Pre-Thanksgiving Storm (11-25-13)
(5:30 pm Monday November 25th) We are 24 hours away from the start of our Pre-Thanksgiving Day storm. here are the latest thoughts on how this complex system will unfold for central New York.
|Snow for Thanksgiving travel day.... (11-24-13)
(8:15 am Sunday November 24th) Central New York is dealing with lake effect snow today but a more impactful snow could be coming just before Thanksgiving.
|Comet ISON takes center stage...(11-14-13)
(5:45 pm Thursday November 14th)Ever since it was discovered more than a year ago, comet ISON has received a lot of press and over the next month we COULD be in for quite a show. Here are the answers to some of your questions.
|The week ahead...(11-11-13)
(5:25 pm Monday November 11th)Even though there will be a taste of winter in central New York the next couple of days, it will be fleeting. Here is what to expect over the next week.
|Does it get stormy next week? (11-8-13)
(6 pm Friday November 8th)We had a touch of wintry weather in Syracuse Friday but is there more winter weather in our future at the end of next week?
|No signs of winter just yet....(11-5-13)
(5:15 pm Tuesday November 5th)We are now almost a week into November but it doesn't look like we aren't going to slip into a winter-like pattern in the near term.
|A new record low this morning and more...(11-4-13)
(10:15 am Monday November 4th) A record low fell in Syracuse this morning but it was much more than that.
|The week ahead.....(10-28-13)
(8:20 pm Monday October 28th)In this blog, I'll touch upon the weather issues facing central New York for the end of October and beginning of November.