This morning, soaking rain from Nate, will continue to move through WNY. Upwards of 1-2 inches with locally heavier amounts are expected. Despite this, flash flood concerns remain relatively low due to the long duration of this event, rather than a quick burst of rain. However, local creeks and streams will be running high, but are expected to remain in their banks. Typical poor drainage flooding will still be possible, with ponding on the roads likely as well, so plan a few extra minutes for your commute. Rain will taper off by afternoon from west to east and skies will clear behind it. Temperatures will stay cooler today topping out in the mid 60s to near 70.
Tonight, areas of dense fog will develop because of the saturated grounds and because temperatures will fall into the 50s. This fog will stick around for Tuesday morning, before sunshine brings a pleasant afternoon. A weak disturbance will move in Wednesday and will linger, bringing a few unimpressive off and on showers and cooler temperatures for the second half of the week. Next weekend looks to start off sunny with rain developing by Sunday night.
TODAY: Widespread Soaking Rain Early, Tapers off by afternoon, Mostly Cloudy, Wind: NE 15-20 mph, High: 65-71, Low: 57.
TUESDAY: Patchy Morning Fog, then Mostly Sunny, High: 72, Low: 52.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Showers, High: 65, Low: 54.
THURSDAY: Partly Cloudy, Few Passing Showers, High: 70, Low: 57.
FRIDAY: Partly Cloudy. High: 70, Low: 56.
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 71, Low: 55.
SUNDAY: Showers Develop, High: 72.Download the 4 Warn Weather App