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Guidance trending toward a stronger and less progressive main
upper trough/low over the Mid Atlantic and Northeast for the
latter half of the work week into the start of the weekend.

Slowly deepening upper low will trudge across the eastern Great
Lakes Thursday into Friday. Strengthening upper low will aid in the
development of an elongated area of surface low pressure that will
stretch from the central Great Lakes to central and southern New
England. This will make for a cool and damp end to the work week.
The axis of heaviest rain will likely be across areas east of the
Genesee Valley and western Finger Lakes where the better forcing and
moisture will lie. A half to three quarters of an inch of rainfall
will be possible by Friday morning, with the highest amounts across
the Tug Hill and western Dacks, where up to an inch of rain may
fall. Much less in the way of rainfall is expected across western
NY, with most areas expected to receive anywhere from a tenth to a
quarter of an inch. Speaking of the Tug Hill and western Dacks, the
airmass will grow cool enough Thursday night to possibly allow for a
wintry mix or changeover to wet snow across these areas, with a
light slushy accumulation not out of the question by early Friday
morning.
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Thought this was pretty cool .

If you were in Oswego on the shores of Lake Ontario last Wednesday you probably saw something that you don’t see everyday. What’s that? The north shore of Lake Ontario, or the Canadian shoreline!

Typically, when you look over Lake Ontario from Oswego or anywhere along the south shore of Lake Ontario you do not see any land mass when looking north, but every so often the Canadian shoreline will appear for a short while!

What causes the Canadian shoreline to appear every so often? It’s a process called looming. Here’s how it works.

https://www.localsyr.com/weather/an-unusual-sighting-on-the-lake-ontario-shoreline-in-oswego-late-last-week/amp/

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7 hours ago, wolfie09 said:

Thought this was pretty cool .

If you were in Oswego on the shores of Lake Ontario last Wednesday you probably saw something that you don’t see everyday. What’s that? The north shore of Lake Ontario, or the Canadian shoreline!

Typically, when you look over Lake Ontario from Oswego or anywhere along the south shore of Lake Ontario you do not see any land mass when looking north, but every so often the Canadian shoreline will appear for a short while!

What causes the Canadian shoreline to appear every so often? It’s a process called looming. Here’s how it works.

https://www.localsyr.com/weather/an-unusual-sighting-on-the-lake-ontario-shoreline-in-oswego-late-last-week/amp/

 

Thats really cool!

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Wolfie, very cool pics!  I haven't seen many of those superior mirages images during the day.  A few weeks back one of Rochester local photographers (Neil Montanus) captured an impressive superior mirage at night looking due North.  You can see all the lights from the cities on the Canadian shore.  It was pretty wild!

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Syracuse is so ridiculous. Yet again, several degrees warmer than forecasted AND 5 to 10 degrees warmer than most of the rest of the state.

If you're a warmanista who enjoys snow (well, that's debatable with the lack of it lately) then Syracuse would fit you well.

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