Cortland Weather Outlook: Sunday, December 1

For today's weather forecast, forecasters are anticipating a mostly cloudy day with there being a winter storm warning that will last until the evening of Monday, December 2nd.

According to the National Weather Service, there will be both freezing rain and heavy snow showers that will begin during morning hours.

There will also be southeast winds from a range of 11 to 17 miles per hour throughout the day.

Snow is expected to accumulate to more than 6 inches by the end of the day.

Temperatures will be increasing to a high of around 31 degrees during the day and will then drop to a near 27 degrees at night.

Here is a look at the rest of this upcoming week's weather forecast, according to the National Weather Service in Binghamton:

Monday: Mostly cloudy with there being a 70 percent chance of precipitation throughout the day, including snow. Temperatures will be increasing to a high of around 33 degrees during the day and will then drop to a near 23 degrees at night.

Tuesday: Partly sunny with temperatures increasing to a high of around 30 degrees during the day. It will then begin to become cloudy in the evening with temperatures decreasing to a low near 23 degrees at night.

Wednesday: A mostly cloudy day with there being a 30 percent chance of precipitation throughout the day. Temperatures will be increasing to a high near 36 degrees during the day and will then decrease to a near 27 degrees at night.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with there being a 30 percent chance of precipitation throughout the day. Temperatures will be increasing to a high near 35 degrees during the day and will then drop to around 21 degrees at night