Low pressure over the Atlantic will move east and away from the coast this afternoon. The snow on the western fringe of this system is already well east of Syracuse and central New York and now drier is really starting to break up the cloud cover over us. In spite of the sun and temperatures rising into the upper 30s, a brisk northerly breeze is going to make it feel cooler.
With high pressure drifting overhead tomorrow, Central New York we will enjoy plenty of sunshine (after any early low clouds burn off) and seasonably mild temperatures. By Sunday, high pressure will be to our east and winds will turn into the south. That will help bring even milder air into the region as highs reach the 50s. Not a bad way to kick off Daylight Saving Time (remember, clocks go ahead one hour before going to be Saturday night).
With the warmth will come more moisture in the form of clouds and perhaps a few showers by days end as a cold front approaches from the west. And while we have the threat for scattered late showers Sunday, much (if not all) of the daylight hours will be dry. The best chance will come Monday as the front eventually swings through the region. Progressively colder air looks to arrive Tuesday and beyond.