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VFR conditions will continue this afternoon.

Steady rain/snow will develop this evening, then persist overnight.
MVFR restrictions are expected to settle in from 23-02z at most
terminal sites, with at least periodic IFR anticipated overnight
into Wednesday morning, especially at KBGM, where snow may be more

Slow improvement is foreseen Wednesday, with residual IFR ceilings
improving to MVFR first, then perhaps to VFR towards midday at

S-SE winds will average 5-10 kt tonight and early Wednesday,
before shifting to the W and SW by midday. 

Thursday...Possible restrictions in lower ceilings and scattered
rain/snow showers, especially KSYR and KRME.

Friday-Saturday...Restrictions likely at KSYR and KRME in lake-
effect snow, with possible restrictions in snow showers/flurries
down to KELM, KITH, and KBGM. KAVP should be mainly VFR.

Sunday...Although residual restrictive conditions are possible at
KSYR and KRME, a general improvement to VFR is foreseen at this
early juncture.


This discussion and more can be found in the Area Forecast Discussion.

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