WEDNESDAY NIGHT FORECAST UPDATE BY METEOROLOGIST CRAIG FLINT:
TONIGHT: Cloudy with rain, freezing rain, wet snow and sleet developing. There is a risk for a slushy inch over higher elevations and the Tug Hill and a light glaze of ice over the higher terrain. Becoming breezy. Low: Near 30. Wind: NE 5-10 mph shifting SE and increasing to 10-25 mph with higher gusts.
THURSDAY: Leftover rain, wet snow, sleet and freezing rain early. Very breezy and turning milder with some clearing later in the day. Falling temperatures again by late in the afternoon. High: Near 50. Wind: SE shifting SW 10-20 mph with higher gusts.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny, windy and cooler with a risk for a spotty lake effect rain or wet snow shower, especially in Northern Oneida County. High: 47. Wind: West 15-25 mph.
SATURDAY: Mix of clouds and sun, brisk and chilly with a few spotty lake effect rain or snow showers around mainly in the morning. High: Near 40.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny and remaining chilly. High: Near 40.