Central NY Weather Blog

Our blog discusses the Central New York weather forecast, as well as how forecasts are compiled, especially in times of active weather. It is an opportunity to explain how we forecast, as well as provide a forum to answer questions from you, our readers and viewers. We hope you will be able to learn something new while here. Enjoy your time visiting! -- the WKTV Weather Team

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How not to predict this upcoming winter....

Posted 16 hours ago by Bill Kardas. 3 comments

It’s that time of year – where winter outlooks begin popping up on the internet and in the news.  As meteorologists, we think it is far too early to reasonably predict this upcoming winter.  Too much can change throughout the fall that can affect the upcoming winter (lake temperatures, snow... Continue reading…

Warming Up for the End of August

Posted 4 days ago by Jill Reale. 12 comments

t has been a relatively cool August so far with 7 days of highs in the 80s and even one day with a high of 62°. If the month ended today, the average temperature for August 2014 would be 68.2°, which is 0.5° below normal.

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Where are the Dog Days of Summer?

Posted August 13th, 2014 by Jill Reale. 48 comments

With the passing of a cold front today, the stage is set up for a typical Fall-like day both Thursday and Friday. And by Fall like, we mean lake effect rain showers, breezy conditions, mostly cloudy skies and highs only in the mid 60s.

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Late summer slump...

Posted August 12th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 21 comments

After enjoying several days of dry, seasonably warm weather, our weather has turned wet and cool.  A slow moving storm system will bring heavy rain and cool temperatures to Central New York today, tomorrow, Thursday, and Friday.  Here are the details: Flash flood watch… As of 10am Tuesday,...

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Pleasant weekend, rough spots down the road...

Posted August 8th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 6 comments

Many folks ended up dodging more rain than they (and we) expected yesterday.  Cyclonic flow and mesoscale convergence were just enough to bring several rounds of rain and downpours (despite the lack of humidity).  This system that brought yesterday’s weather is advancing to the east today and behind it we... Continue reading…

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