After a long and snowy winter Central New York is primed and ready for the heat and haze. Well, the 2021 Farmer's Almanac is out with their forecast and we're getting a picture of what we can expect this summer.
The National Weather Service is looking at six days over the next week that look unseasonably warm and sunny. Providing the current weather pattern doesn't change, moods will be improving across Central New York and the Mohawk Valley.
There's another winter storm crossing through the Ohio Valley and making its way to the east coast once again this weekend, just in time for Valentine's Day. New York City will only see about an inch or so and the further one goes south, it turns to freezing rain and mixed precipitation.
The National Weather Service is sending out the warnings for dangerously cold temperatures coming on Thursday night into Friday morning and that's not all - a Wolf Moon will rise into the night sky. What makes Thursday night's full moon a Wolf Moon...