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Snow Is On Its Way To Syracuse For The First Time This Season

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – The first snow of the season is forecasted in Syracuse Monday just in time for the Halloween holiday. The National Weather Service (NWS) expects the first flakes of the season to hit the area late Monday with a chance of snow also on Tuesday.

The NWS is only expecting 0.2 inches of accumulation in Syracuse through Tuesday night. The chance of snow only reaching a maximum of 60%. This will certainly give Halloween a winter feel as people are out trick or treating. However, it’s still too early to tell when exactly the snow will hit Tuesday night.

It’s not just going to be the flakes impacting Halloween this year, it’s also going to be the temperatures. The NWS is expecting temperatures to dip as low as 33 degrees Fahrenheit Tuesday night with feel like temperatures being as low as 30 degrees Fahrenheit.

This comes after the summer-like weather that was here last week as temperatures reached into the 70s for three days in a row. Syracuse has not seen snowfall or gone below the freezing mark of 32 degrees Fahrenheit since last spring. Temperatures in Syracuse are expected to remain below 50 degrees Fahrenheit until at least Friday.

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