Blog Archives: January 2011

Weather One-Two Punch

Posted January 31st, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 177 comments

An error on the blog is causing some posting problems.  Read the entry on how to work around this problem...

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Round one of two set for Tuesday...

Posted January 31st, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 26 comments

More details on the 'pre storm' snowfall...

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Quiet Weather Comes to an End

Posted January 30th, 2011 by Jill Reale. 48 comments

Cold start to the work week with a potential storm for Tuesday and Wednesday

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Steady as she goes...

Posted January 27th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 78 comments

Avoiding the big storms, but still holding our own in the snow and cold department...

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The One That Got Away

Posted January 25th, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 35 comments

Low clouds, patchy fog, flurries and some isolated freezing drizzle are affecting Central New York this evening as some stubborn low level moisture lingers around the area.  As we go through the night, somewhat drier air will build... Continue reading…

Record cold temperatures overnight...

Posted January 24th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 39 comments

A look at the list of overnight lows from our skywatchers...

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A Bitterly Cold Weekend

Posted January 21st, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 173 comments

Lake effect snow flared up on schedule this evening across Central New York.  At the time of this writing, shortly after 10 PM on Friday evening, we’ve seen a quick hitting 2"-5" of snowfall, mainly near and north...

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More details on the snow that fell overnight and more to come...

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Snow & bitterly cold temperatures

Posted January 20th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 114 comments

More snow today, tonight, Friday followed by the polar express...

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A Bit Busy, then Bitter

Posted January 18th, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 27 comments

The storm system responsible for our mix of snow and ice today is now situated to the east of Long Island and moving away.  A surface cold front is now situated across Western New York, extending southward through...

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Cold snap ends with snow & ice...

Posted January 18th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 38 comments

An update on today's snow/ice...

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To the east again???

Posted January 17th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 91 comments

The latest on the next snowfall & sleet potential...

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Coldest morning so far of the winter...

Posted January 17th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 19 comments

Low temperatures from our skywatchers this morning...

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Another Round of Lake Effect

Posted January 15th, 2011 by Jill Reale. 104 comments

As the clipper system passes Central NY this evening, lake effect snow will begin to set up across the North Country. The winds will initially be around 270 degrees, giving the Tug Hill, Northern Oneida, Northern Herkimer, Oswego and Hamilton Counties a good amount of snow tonight (on top of... Continue reading…

A perfect weekend to enjoy the snow...

Posted January 14th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 91 comments

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Snows winding down. Is there more to come?

Posted January 13th, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 56 comments

Some thoughts on the next couple of days...

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New Post for Wednesday Evening

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 12 comments

First things first – commenting has been temporarily disabled for the WKTV Weather Blog for the next couple of days until we are able to resolve the spam filter problem.  Unfortunately a series of computer attacks, some with profanity, have been inflicted upon our weather blog community.  We ask...

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Lake effect update...

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 72 comments

The Nor’easter is pulling away from Central New York as I write this entry (11:30am).  Snow will continue to fly, but will be much lighter throughout the afternoon compared to this morning.  An additional inch or two is still possible in the most persistant bands.  As the storm departs, cold... Continue reading…

Snowfall across CNY

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 89 comments

Yesterday’s article has been removed.  There is an ongoing issue that needs to be worked on over the next few days.  We appreciate your understanding and patience as we work on getting this issue resolved. -WKTV Weather team... Continue reading…

Cold night ahead...and more on that southern storm...

Posted January 10th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 112 comments

The latest on the storm that's to the south...and where it may be heading...

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Sunday Snowfall

Posted January 8th, 2011 by Jill Reale. 103 comments

  Lake effect snow will begin to set up overnight tonight into Sunday morning as the upper level low tracks to the east. This will allow winds to shift to the northwest (310-300 direction) and help lake effect snow develop. This lake effect event will not be... Continue reading…

Friday Evening Update

Posted January 7th, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 70 comments

Our snowfall is beginning to diminish across Central New York this evening as the frontal system responsible for the accumulations lifts to the northeast.  Amounts across the local area generally ranged from between 2 and 7 inches with...

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Update On The Snow

Posted January 6th, 2011 by Adam Musyt. 203 comments

All of the latest computer data streaming into the weather center this evening continues to point to a significant snowfall for much of CNY over the next 36 hours.   p... Continue reading…

How the next storm may affect CNY....

Posted January 6th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 124 comments

One event after another....yeah it's definately January in CNY.

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January starting out on a snowy note...

Posted January 5th, 2011 by Bill Kardas. 115 comments

Heavy snow in spots last night...and more snow in the picture over the next few days.

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Busy Start to 2011

Posted January 2nd, 2011 by Jill Reale. 215 comments

  Here is a brief update on the week ahead. It looks like we have returned back to reality as a cold front this morning has brought seasonable temperatures back to Central NY. We have several weather events to talk about for the upcoming week. div style="margin: 0in... Continue reading…

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