After a handful of August-like hot weather days in April, May is starting off cool, wet and unsettled. With temperatures in the 40s and low 50s, Monday featured rain, wind, hail, some sun, and plenty of clouds, depending on what part Central New York you live in.
Heavy rain triggered sump pumps throughout the Mohawk Valley on Thursday morning along with flooding problems in the region. The good news is that according to meteorologists, sunny warmer weather is in our immediate future.
Meteorologist Craig Flint of WUTR says that cooler and dryer weather is in the forecast for Easter weekend with sunshine and high temperatures in the 40s on Friday and Saturda