WEDNESDAY EVENING UPDATE:
A weak cold front will make its way through CNY over the course of the evening. It may generate a few sprinkles or showers, with the best chance of steadier rain in NNY. For tomorrow, slightly drier air works in behind the front, leading to some patchy AM fog, then mostly sunny skies! Temperatures remain seasonable for the rest of week before a stronger cold front moves through during the day on Friday. Expect overcast, gray skies with period of rain likely in the late morning and early afternoon. The rain will SLOWLY taper off overnight, leading to a cool, but dry weekend. In fact, as we start the work week, a strong SW flow will bump temperatures back into the low-70s before our next weather maker sweeps through!
TONIGHT: Some isolated lingering showers or sprinkles under mostly cloudy skies. Then clearing skies late, with some localized patchy fog late. Low: 42 to 47. Wind: NW 5-10 then N to Variable 0-5 MPH.
THURSDAY: Any patchy fog burns off to mostly sunny skies. After a chilly, but seasonably start, expect a seasonable afternoon as well. High 61 to 65. Wind: N to E 5-10 MPH.
FRIDAY: Overcast with occasional periods of rain likely. Showers slowly tapering off late evening/overnight. High: 60 to 65.
SATURDAY: Some early patchy fog/low clouds. Then, a mix of sunshine and clouds. Cooler, high near 57.
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