Bundle up if you're planning to head outside this weekend. It's not going to be just cold. It's going to be FRIGID and the National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for Saturday morning.
If you thought Heart Run and Walk weekend was cold in Central New York, get ready for St. Patrick's Day in Utica. The National Weather service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for central New York.
Not only did strong wind gusts cut power to nearly 1,200,000 utility customers from the Great Lakes to the central Appalachians, it caused all sorts of damage all over New York. Here's a look at some of the photos posted on social media.
The National Weather service is reporting that a cold, Canadian high pressure system will track towards Central New York early in the weekend. What that means for us, it will be very cold for the Heart Run and Walk.
Less than 2 weeks ago we were talking about record snowfall amounts for the Tug Hill area. Now, with the forecast of temperatures in the 60's along with heavy rains, NOAA has now issued flood watches for that area along with other parts of the Adirondacks.
Many communities in the Mohawk Valley saw temperatures close to, if not over 50 degrees this past weekend. According to weather.com, we could be close to that mark again by Wednesday, and the mercury could even rise higher for Thursday, with 60 degrees a good possibility.
Everyone's talking about the 100 inches of snow that's fallen in Syracuse, New York but that's nothing compared to one upstate New York town. Redfield in the Tug Hill Plateau is already over 300 inches this Winter.