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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 2005, Syracuse, New York PAGE D 10 THE POST-STANDARD Friday, January WEATHER O For local weather forecasts, Doppler radar, and other up-to-the-minute weather information on the Internet visit CENTRAL NEW YORK FIVE-DAY FORECAST A very cold, but very dry air mass will control the weather today with sunshine and minimal flurry activity. ITie temperature will slowly moderate over the weekend. A system to the south will bring clouds Sunday. Another system might bring snow Mon- day night into Tuesday. Saturday Sunday Monday lUMday SNOW RACE THE SUN Day Hint Set I THE PLANETS MOON Pteiwt Srt Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 23 I MOON MERCURY VENUS MARS JUPIItK p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. lu2Sa.ni. A 19 T-12 A28 ?17 Plenty of Sunshine sunshine, but giving way to frigid. some douds. A 35 rl8 Moderating temperatures; douds. A 36 ?22 Variable Snow possible dowKness. in tneo.ro.; mostly cloudy. WEATHER ALMANAC READINGS Tinw C Ml Wind 6a.m. 7a.m. 8a.m. 9a.m. 10 a.m. 11a.m. Noon 1 p.m. 2p.m. 3p.m. 4p.m. 5p.m. -7 -7 -5 -2 1 4 6 7 8 7 6 -22 -22 -21 -19 -17 -16 -14 -14 -13 -14 -14 71% 75% 68% 65% 54% 52% 52% 52% 45% 52% 57% NNW6 NNW5 NW6 NW3 W3 WNW5 WNW9 W10 NNW12 NW9 NW10 30.51 30.55 30.58 30.61 30.64 30.64 30.65 30.65 30.66 30.69 30.71 30.73 STATE FORECASTS THURSDAY TODAY SATURDAY HILHI ALBANY LAKE PLACID NEW YORK ROCHESTER WATERTOWN Tr Tr Below normal, but it'll be warmer News service reports The day will dawn with sub- zero chill across most of the in- terior Northeast as an expansive arctic high-pressure zone crests EXTENDED FORECAST SATURDAY Snow and rain will move to the Mis- sissippi Valley, i_________________________________ SUNDAY Rain and ice over a portion of the South. MONDAY Snow and rain return to the Missis- sippi Valley. over the region. Some morning clouds and flurries will linger near Cape Cod, bat abundant sunshine will otherwise prevail. Despite the bright sunshine, afternoon temperatures will av- erage 10 to 15 degrees below normal. Intermittent snow and ice will occur in parts of the central Plains. Focus: Ocean snow. While sunshine bathed most of central and southern New England in the wake of the storm that dropped several inches of snow on top of the deep snowpack, windswept flakes continued to accumulate on parts of Cape Cod. Cold winds from the north garnered moisture as they passed over the long stretch of relatively mild waters east of New England. The narrow bands of clouds that formed were responsible for lingering snow. A similar process leads to the famous lake-effect snows in New York state. Temperatures Thursday across the lower 48 states ranged from 80 at West Ken- dall. Fla., to 31 below zero at the Northern New York com- munities of Saranac Lake and Watertown. CUMULATIVE SNOWFALL IN INCHES, AS OF 6 P.M. THURSDAY Watch here every day and we wili track the snow as it piles up or doesn't in Central New York. So far, the snowfall is 0.9 inches above normal. Shown is today's weather. Temperatures are today's highs and today's taws. Forecasts and graphics provided by AtcuWeathw toe CZOQ5 WIND-CHILL FORECAST Friday Syracuse Old Forge Lake Placid Ithaca Massena 8 a.m. Noon 4 p.m. -2 15 18 -11 0 6 -15 9 5 -2 11 13 -13 -4 -3 Utica Oneonta -10 -10 TEMPERATURES Thursday's high through 6 p.m...........8 Thursday's low through 6 p.m...........-8 record in 1916 Today's record low...............-16 in 1925 Normal high for today.......................31 Normal low for today........................13 PRECIPITATION Thursday through 6 p.m............0.00 in. For the month............................2.95 in. for the year................................2..3G in. Thursday's record ............0.80 (in 1976) Record for today .............0.75 (in 1974) Least for month...............1.02 (in 1970) Most for month............... 5.77 (in 1978) SNOWFALL Thursday through 6 p.m..............0.0 in. For the month............................44.5 in. Normal snowfall for month ......31.5 in. Most any month.........78.1 in Jan. 2004 Season total ................................66.1 in. WINDS Surface winds today...............W 5 mph Winds at feet ..............W 10 mph Winds at feet ...............N 20 mph Winds at feet..........NW 30 mph Winds at feet .......NNW 55 mph THE NATION'S HIGH TEMPERATURES PRECIPITATION TODAY 6 t 6 V Showers Rain T-storrns Ice Flurries Snow TODAY'S CLOUDS PRESSURE November December January CENTRAL NEW YORK WEATHER FOR THE RECORD PERCENTAGE OF SUNSHINE PRECIPITATION January Sat.: 4% Sun.: 4% Won.: 39% Tue.: 89% Wed.: 0% Thur.: 63% 14 19 Precip.: 0.76 in January Fit: 90% Precip.: 0.00 in Precip.: 0.02 in Precip.: 0.03 in Precip.: 0.05 in Precip.: 0.16 in Precip.: 0.03 in Sat.: 0% Sun.: 75% Won.: 30% Tue.: 62% Wed.: 32% Thur.: 90% 21 22 27 in Precip.: 0.04in Precip.: 0.00 in Through 6 p.m. WEATHER FACTS FOR THE NEXT WEEK Day FOR DATE High EXTREMES High TEMPERATURES High Low JANUARY STATISTICS NORMALS SNOWFALL: 31.5" RECORDS TEMP: 22.7 WARMEST: 33.2 (1990) HIGH: 70 (1967) PRECIP: 2.60" COOLEST: 12.6 (1994) LOW: -26 (1966) HEATING DEGREE DAYS PRECIPITATION SNOWFALL MOST: 1618 (1994) WETTEST: 5.77" (1978) MOST: 78.1" (2004) LEAST: 865 (1932) DRIEST: 1.02" (1970) LEAST: 11.8" (1975) U.S. CITIES Sunny {_] Partly cloudy Cloudy THURSDAY TODAY SATURDAY Prep. JUAN, BURLINGTON, VT 8c DES JACKSONVILLE, KANSAS 6c LAS LOS 6pc NEW OKLAHOMA PORTLAND, ST. SALT LAKE s-sunny; pc-partly cloudy; c-doudy; sh-5howers; SAN r-rain; sf-snow flurries; sn-snow; Wee; tr-trace; SAN for Thursday through 6 p.m. THE EASY WAY TO PAY FOR YOUR PAPER Choose the EasvPay option thafs best for you. Call 470-NEWS (6397) 1-800-765-3231