Last weekend was a pretty gross one around the Great Lakes, as an area of low pressure moved northeast towards Hudson Bay, Along with it came a cold front that brought severe weather to the Ohio Valley, and as the weekend wound to a close, it strafed the mid-Atlantic. Utica appreciated a last taste of summer before the boundary swept through Sunday evening, with temperatures touching 80 degrees before a line of thunderstorms charged through town, dropping a quarter inch of rain and contributing gusts that touched 45mph. With all this commotion, the NWS kept a level head and had a very good forecast.
Actuals: Saturday – High 69, Low 57
Sunday – .25 inches of rain in thunderstorms, High 80, Low 55