Oswego New York Weather
Winter officially began at 5: 02 a.m., and it certainly looks like Central New York, with a regional snowpack.
In southern western New York, between 6 and 12 inches of snow could fall, and a total of 3 to 7 inches is expected on Tug Hill Plateau. Snow will be heaviest Monday in WNY, where 2-3 inches could potentially cause significant damage to roads, bridges and other infrastructure, and in the highlands east of Lake Erie, where 1-2 inches or snow could fall. The National Weather Service in Buffalo has upgraded its winter storm warning to "total heavy snow" for Tugs Hill. Winter storms are being observed for parts of the state from Finger Lakes to the Niagara River Valley and the Hudson Valley.
The price tag will be mostly rain, with the exception of extensive dry spells that will persist in parts of western New York.
Be prepared: This forecast is not a general forecast for Lewis County, but rather a forecast for the entire state. Rainy weather is expected for much of western New York, with the exception of some dry spells in central and eastern parts of the District.
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On average, Oswego gets 151 centimetres of snow every winter, but there are usually much more measured amounts. Redfield is in the Tug Hill region of New York, which averages more than 2 inches of snow a year. That's the highest average annual snowfall in the entire state in a single winter. Get the 15-day forecast for Tugaonhalsi for all 15 days and the latest weather news and weather forecasts for Lewis County and the entire state.
It has been raining since the end of October and rain and snow is possible for the rest of the week and into the next week. Skies are cloudy with a high pressure system over New York State and New Jersey, but it will be cloudy on Thursday and Friday, and some rain may fall on Saturday and Sunday.
Daytime highs range from 78 to 3C and it will feel cool due to humidity and wind. With humidity, temperatures feel cold this half of the year, with the chance of rain and snow.
The average temperature in the morning is 23 degrees, with the chance of rain or snow on Tuesday and Wednesday and 22 degrees on Thursday and Friday. On average, temperatures in New York City and New Jersey will be only 22 degrees on Monday and Tuesday, but on Wednesday and Thursday they will be either 24 degrees (-5 degrees) or 21 degrees (+ 5 degrees). On the eastern side of the state, temperatures are expected to drop to -23 degrees on Saturday and Sunday.
The dew point on Wednesday and Thursday is 31 degrees F (0 degrees C) and 33 degrees F (1 degrees D). On Friday and Saturday, the downward point will be 17 degrees Celsius (5 degrees Celsius), and on Sunday 32 degrees Celsius (-1 degrees Celsius). On Saturday and Sunday, 23 degrees are possible (+ 1.5 degrees), on Thursday and Friday it may rain or snow. On Monday and Tuesday, the DeW point on the east side of New York City and New Jersey is -31 degrees A (0 degrees H).
Temperatures will be in the mid-20s to mid-30s in areas south of Lake Ontario, but Wednesday is expected to be cool, with lows of -3 degrees in New York City.
By early evening, a mix of rain and wet snow will reach western New York and spread eastward, with the bulk of the precipitation turning into wet snow. Madison and Onondaga counties could get 2-5 inches of snow tonight, and piles of 4-8 inches are expected. A band linked to a low pressure system in western New York will move into the eastern part of the state through Wednesday afternoon and evening.
A winter weather warning has been issued for parts of western New York, including freezing drizzle. The westerly winds will also increase in the eastern part of the state on Wednesday afternoon and evening, with gusts of up to 35 km / h.