The Latest 4 Warn Weather Forecast from Meteorologist Don Paul:
Some clouds will move in toward morning, with some patchy fog. Morning lows will be a few degrees above average. On Tuesday, a weak low pressure system will bring some scattered showers to our region, probably by early afternoon, into the early evening. Rainfall amounts will be light, with a bit more in the southern tier than farther north. Limited sunshine will return on Wednesday afternoon, with a beautiful, warmer Thursday to look forward to. During Friday, a strong cold front will advance into WNY, with numerous showers & possible tshowers developing. There is uncertainty on the timing for the showers, with some models holding them off until mid or late afternoon, and others bringing them in sooner. It will be windy, with mild temps ahead of the front, but it will turn Much Cooler Friday night and through the weekend. Temperatures will run below average for several days, with Saturday the more unsettled of the 2 weekend days…there may be some lake effect showers over the hilly terrain.
TONIGHT; Becoming Partly Cloudy & tranquil. Low: 52 valleys-56.
TUESDAY; Increasing clouds with scattered showers developing, mainly in the afternoon. Rainfall amounts will be generally light. Light wind becoming east at 8-14 later. Any evening showers slowly wind down. Mostly cloudy overnight. Low: mid 50s.
WEDNESDAY; Clouds slowly thin, with some sunshine in the afternoon. High; 67 hills-72.
THURSDAY; Mostly Sunny, Breezy & a little Warmer. High: mid-upper 70s.
FRIDAY; Windy with numerous showers & possible tshowers developing by or during the afternoon. High: low 70s, but with falling temperatures behind the cold front, through the 60s. Much cooler with scattered showers overnight.
SATURDAY; Mostly to Partly Cloudy, Breezy & Chilly Saturday. Chance of some lake effect showers mainly over the hills. High: mid-upper 50s.
SUNDAY; Partly Sunny, Breezy & Cool. Chance of a few showers, mainly hills. High: upper 50s.
MONDAY; Partly Cloudy with a chance of scattered showers. High: low 60s.