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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Winter's brief return...

Posted 3 days ago by Bill Kardas. 16 comments

A very powerful cold front yesterday switched the seasons in a matter of hours.  Morning temperatures in the 60s fell into the 30s by the afternoon.  Rain turned to snow showers, with an inch or two of accumulation across the area.  As if that wasn’t enough, overnight lows this morning...

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Short Lived Summer

Posted 5 days ago by Jill Reale. 40 comments

Well summer has decided to make a quick visit to Central NY over the weekend and for today. Yesterday we officially made it to 82 degrees! It has been 205 days since the last time we saw 80° or better, but who is counting? 

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Spring swings!

Posted April 9th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 42 comments

Tis the season of temperature swings!  April weather can bring just about anything in Central New York – from snow to 90 degree temperatures!  Warmup, cooldown, warmup, cooldown… Yesterday’s high of 57 at noon was followed by temperature plunge into the upper 30s by evening as a...

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Near Average Temperatures for Once?

Posted April 6th, 2014 by Jill Reale. 42 comments

As we head into the second week of April, temperatures look to be near or above average for the first time in what feels like months. We officially made it to 49° at Griffiss but most of the area saw temperatures at or just above 50° so the third time in a week.

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Swing And A Miss?

Posted April 3rd, 2014 by Adam Musyt. 17 comments

Temperatures finally reached the 50-degree mark for the first time this year on April 1st.  Needless to say, it has been a long and cold winter all across our area.  At our official observation site at Griffiss... Continue reading…

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