After a pleasant day, clouds move back in this evening. While we will be rain-free for any Friday night plans, a few isolated showers move through overnight, especially south of the metro.
Rain catches up with us again over the weekend. A few scattered morning showers wind down by Saturday afternoon. Otherwise, expect a lot of dry time during a rather cloudy Saturday with some sunny breaks possible across the Niagara Frontier. A warm front ahead of a storm traveling up into the Great Lakes will result in more rain showers and maybe some thunderstorms toward Sunday morning with some scattered thundershowers into the afternoon, but it doesn’t appear to be a washout at this point.
Behind that warm front, temperatures surge back into the 70s Monday ahead of a late day cold front. Rain showers and possibly some potent thunderstorms will accompany the front through the region later in the day. A brisk wind will follow the front Tuesday along with some scattered rain showers as temperatures fall back below average. Overall, we’ll be into a cooler pattern next week with some scattered rain showers at times.
FRIDAY NIGHT; Clouds spread northward, Chance of an Isolated Shower late, Low: 49-56, Wind: SW/NW 7-14.
SATURDAY: Spotty Morning Rain Showers wind down toward midday with plenty of dry time. Rather Cloudy, some breaks of sun metro northward during the afternoon, High: 60-67, Wind: NW 5-10, Low: 45.
SUNDAY: Cloudy, Showers and Thunderstorms at times during the day, some breaks of sun. Warmer South, High: 65, Low: 56.
MONDAY: Limited Morning Sun, Another round of Showers and Thunderstorms developing by later in the afternoon, some could be potent, High: 82, Low: 50.
TUESDAY: Cooler, Quite Windy, Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Rain Showers, High: 53, Low: 44.
WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy, High: 52, Low: 40
THURSDAY: Partly Cloudy, Chance of a Showers, especially South, High: 56, Low: 42.
FRIDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Chance of Rain, High: 59, Low: 45.