Expect another clear, cool night across WNY as high pressure continues to control our weather. Temperatures will dip into the 30s, but should stay above freezing. More sunshine Monday will bring temperatures back above average, in the mid and even upper 60s!
Clouds will begin to fill back into the region Tuesday with an approaching disturbance. Rain showers will soon follow Tuesday afternoon and evening, continuing into early Wednesday. These showers should be generally spotty and unimpressive, but it will bring some relatively cooler weather back for the end of the week. We may see another disturbance the following weekend with a small window of mixed precipitation possible.
TONIGHT: Clear, Calm, Seasonably Cool, Wind: ESE 4-8, Low: 34-39.
MONDAY: Sunshine, Few High Clouds, Unseasonably Warm, Wind: SSE 5-10, High: 63-69, Low: 47.
TUESDAY: Turning Cloudy, Light Rain Showers arrive during the afternoon, High: 59, Few Showers continue at night, Low: 46.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, Few Rain Showers, Mainly Early, High: 53, Low: 38.
THURSDAY: More Clouds than Sun, Chance of a shower, High: 50, Low: 40.
FRIDAY: Partly Cloudy, Chance of a shower late, High: 56, Low: 39.
SATURDAY: Cloudy, Breezy, Shower possible, High: 49, Low: 38.
SUNDAY: Increasing Sun, High: 52.
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