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Good evening! Mostly cloudy and 57 degrees in North Syracuse. There is a east breeze at 7 mph. The dew point is 48 degrees. The skies will clear Tuesday around noontime.

Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with a low of 51 degrees at 6am. Six degrees above normal. Maximum dew point of 48 at 10pm. East wind around 7 mph. The record low of 28 occurred back in 1991. Waning Crescent Moon tonight with 5% illuminated. The moon will rise around 5:26 am. The New Moon is on Saturday at 12:11 am with chance of showers expected. The Full “Harvest” Moon is on Sunday, October 16th at 4:23 am.

Heading to bed early tonight, as I want to start getting up earlier before work so I have more time to walk, as with the earlier sunset, I don’t have much time for getting out for a walk in the evening. Mid-day during lunch time, I do try to take a stroll down Main Street in North Syracuse, which always is a pretty nice walk. Even though I’m not expecting much sun tomorrow, if the weather is nice, I think I will try hiking along the Erie Canalway for a bit. I am going to try to be up at 6:30 starting tomorrow and we will see how that goes heading forward. Early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.

Tomorrow will have a chance of showers, mainly after 1pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high of 63 degrees at 2pm. Three degrees below normal. Maximum dew point of 47 at 4pm. East wind around 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. The record high of 88 was set in 1905. The sun will rise at 7:01 am with the first light at 6:32 am, which is 1 minutes and 8 seconds later then yesterday.

Looking ahead, First Day with Average High Below 60 is in 3 weeks, Thanksgiving is in 8 weeks and Square Dance Day is in 2 months.

The next few days through the weekend will be cloudy with a chance of showers through the weekend, with clearing expected on Tuesday. October tends to one of the more cloudy and rainy months of the year in Upstate New York.

Weather Summary
This Afternoon. Chance of Showers and 65 degrees , 49 max dew point, 6:45 sunset.
Tonight. Chance of Sprinkles and 51 degrees , 48 max dew point, 7:02 sunrise.
Friday. Mostly Cloudy then Chance of Showers and 63 degrees , 47 max dew point, 6:45 sunset.
Friday Night. Chance of Showers and 52 degrees , 49 max dew point, 7:03 sunrise.
October 1st
Saturday.
Chance of Showers and 65 degrees , 55 max dew point, 6:44 sunset.
Saturday Night. Chance of Showers and 56 degrees , 55 max dew point, 7:04 sunrise.
Sunday. Chance of Showers and 71 degrees , 59 max dew point, 6:42 sunset.
Sunday Night. Chance of Showers and 55 degrees , 59 max dew point, 7:05 sunrise.
Monday. Chance of Showers and 69 degrees , 58 max dew point, 6:40 sunset.
Monday Night. Mostly Cloudy and 52 degrees , 57 max dew point, 7:06 sunrise.
Tuesday. Mostly Sunny and 70 degrees , 55 max dew point, 6:38 sunset.
Tuesday Night. Partly Cloudy and 50 degrees , 7:07 sunrise.
Wednesday. Mostly Sunny and 70 degrees , 52 max dew point, 6:37 sunset.

Good morning! Happy Thursday. Cloudy and 57 degrees in North Syracuse. There is a east breeze at 10 mph. The dew point is 49 degrees. As noted last night, we are in a stretch of mostly cloudy weather through the weekend. Look for the skies to clear Monday around 6 pm. We often get stretches of cloudy weather interspersed with rain as October is nigh. Tomorrow is the last day of September, after all.

Today will have a chance of showers, mainly between 9am and 3pm. Cloudy, with a high of 66 degrees at 4pm. One degrees below normal. Maximum dew point of 51 at 1pm. East wind around 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 40%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. We aren’t going to get the big rain that is expected for southern Pennsylvania, which may exceed 5 inches. The record high of 86 was set in 1921.

The sun will set at 6:47 pm with dusk around 7:15 pm, which is 1 minutes and 47 seconds earlier than yesterday. Today will have 11 hours and 46 minutes of daylight, a decrease of 2 minutes and 55 seconds over yesterday. Just wait until November, and that’s when the days will be real short. The more I think about those shorter days, the more challenging a potential trip down to West Virigina and the Blue Ridge Parkway would be as I would have to plan to end my days real early and get an early start. But it still might be fun.

Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with a low of 52 degrees at 6am. Seven degrees above normal. Maximum dew point of 49 at 6pm. East wind around 8 mph. The record low of 28 occurred back in 1991. Warm but not a real wash out.

There are 1 week until Last Recorded Day Above in 90 in Albany when the sun will be setting at 6:35 pm with dusk at 7:03 pm. The average high temperature is 64 degrees, with a record high of 90 in 1900. Memories of summer are rapidly fading in the rear-view mirror.

Good evening! Partly cloudy and 61 degrees in North Syracuse. There is a east breeze at 9 mph. The dew point is 52 degrees. We are in for a cloudy and rainy period over the next few days. Don’t expect  the skies to clear much before Monday around 7 pm.

Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with a low of 54 degrees at 6am. Eight degrees above normal. Maximum dew point of 52 at 10pm. East wind around 10 mph. The record low of 29 occurred back in 2000. Waning Crescent Moon tonight with 12% illuminated. The moon will rise around 4:37 am. The New Moon is on Saturday at 12:11 am with chance of showers expected. The Full “Harvest” Moon is on Sunday, October 16th at 4:23 am.

Tomorrow will have a chance of showers, mainly after 10am. Cloudy, with a high of 65 degrees at 2pm. Two degrees below normal. Maximum dew point of 52 at 11am. East wind around 11 mph. Chance of preci+pitation is 40%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. The record high of 86 was set in 1921. The sun will rise at 6:59 am with the first light at 6:31 am, which is 1 minutes and 7 seconds later then yesterday.

Looking ahead, Yom Kippur is in 2 weeks and First Day with Temperatures Recorded Below Zero is in 9 weeks. Hopefully the foolish veto override of the bill to allow September 11th survivors to sue Saudi Arabia won’t come to bite us like what happened when the United States intervened